Built environment academy - Commercial Real Estate Development Course
We are delighted to announce we will once again be running our Built Environment Academy.
This six-part course is based on a hypothetical development scenario and will provide delegates with a valuable opportunity to consider each stage in detail.
Delegates will learn about the key considerations from inception of the development to completion and exit. The course is designed to be interactive, to provide an exclusive on-going peer to peer support and access to the specialist presenters.
With the hypothetical development scenario each delegate will obtain a deeper understanding of the development process in an informative and interesting way.
If you'd like to sign up to the course, please fill in the form below.
Lee heads the firm's planning & infrastructure team. His practice has a particular emphasis on major infrastructure projects and residential development schemes. read more
Clive is a former general counsel of Severn Trent Water, specialising in water sector law and regulation. He has 35 years’ experience in the water sector, both in-house and in private practice. read more
Simon leads the firm's environmental law team and is also head of the firm's energy and utilities sector. Simon is client relationship partner for a number of our leading energy and utility clients. read more
Nick is a specialist environmental lawyer, on all aspects of environmental compliance, regulatory investigations and enforcement action. Nick is also member of the firm’s Water Group. read more
Patricia heads the firm's finance team and advises on all aspects of financial services. She has particular expertise in public sector finance. read more
Haydn is a tax partner who provides tax advice and support across all the commercial practice areas. He is a dual-qualified solicitor and chartered accountant with 20 years experience. read more
Richard is extremely experienced in construction law, and regularly advises universities, local authorities, emergency services and government. read more