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Summit Day 1 Programme

Tuesday 24 March 2020
09.30 - 16.30  Conference
18.30 - 20.30  House of Lords Drinks Reception

The conference is exclusively plenary sessions
Acquiring Land and Rights For Public Projects - Compare and Contrast with North America and Elsewhere
  • Acquisition Processes and Procedures in the UK
  • The compelling public test
  • Compulsory Purchase Orders
  • Development Consent Orders
  • Transport and Works Orders
  • Hybrid/Private Bills in Parliament
  • Compensation provisions
  • Other powers from around the globe
  • What constitutes a "public use" project? The principle in Kelo v. City of New London
  • The power of Quick Take
  • Human Rights considerations in the US and UK
  • Bailiff powers

Session Chair: Peter McCrea
Surveyor Member,
Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) Royal Courts of Justice

Land Value Capture and Property Tax Burdens: The Grab of Land Value - The Good, The Bad and the Greedy
  • Various LVC schemes around the world
  • Making unviable schemes viable
  • Does LVC work?
  • Why LVC doesn't always work?
  • Strengths, weaknesses, unintended consequences
  • What are the success ingredients?
  • Who should pay for the new infrastructure?
  • Are developers and landowners already paying?
  • Is LVC fair and equitable?
  • Maximising the commercial value of the development
  • TIFF

Session Chair: Paul Sanderson
President
International Property Tax Institute





Project Review: 2012 London Olympics and East London Regeneration
  • Review of London 2012
  • The remit, priorities, legacy
  • Pushing the boundaries of best practice
  • Stresses & strains and lessons to avoid on other major schemes
  • Land Assembly: How did it go?
  • Compensation: What can be done better?

Session Chair: Rebecca Clutten
Barrister, Francis Taylor Building
CPA Vice Chair

Boat to the Palace of Westminster for the House of Lords Drinks Reception - Hosted by Lord Lytton

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