Private sector development club - 9 November 2020
Watch our on-demand video about our private sector development club, where we will be discussing, planning updates, permitted development and negotiating development agreements.
This webinar took place on Monday 9 November 2020 and is now available on-demand.
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Watch our on-demand video for the private sector development club, 9 November 2020. Kassra Powles chaired the session and alongside the speakers guide you through a variety of topics.
- Philip Gray - Permitted development and extending upwards
- Ben Standing - Planning update
- Kassra Powles - Negotiating development agreements.
Philip specialises in the acquisition, disposal and asset management of commercial investment premises and commercial leases acting for national and local landlords and tenants.
+44 (0)330 045 2264
Kassra is a senior associate development lawyer in our real estate department who specialises in property development and regeneration schemes, acting for both public and private sector clients.
+44 (0)115 908 4806
Ben Standing specialises in public, planning and environmental law for public and corporate sector bodies. Experienced in judicial review, planning, public sector pensions and contaminated land.
+44 (0)115 976 6200
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