Licence to DrillBook Now
27 Sep 16
14:15 to 18:30
Seeking consent for alterations that are made, or intend to be made, to a flat is one of the most common day-to-day issues that every property manager, landlord and leaseholder need to fully understand.
A “Licence to Alter” is the term given to the consent required by a leaseholder who wants to make alterations to a leasehold property. The Licence to Alter is formal, written consent that sets out the terms and conditions under which the alteration can be carried out. It ensures that no unexpected complications or conflicts will arise as a result of the work. That's why it's so important to get it right.
The award winning combo of Yashmin Mistry (JPC Law) and Julian Davies (Earl Kendrick) will put participants through their paces to ensure they are fully on top of the procedure, understand the common issues and are familiar with relevant lease clauses and statutory considerations for both Landlords and Leaseholders.
Amongst other things the Boot Camp will cover:
· The Licence to Alter process & procedures
· Types of covenants
· Duties imposed in relation to applications
· Technical issues that can arise
· Remedies available
· Licences report, what surveyors produce as part of the Licence review
· Issues that occur on-site; monitoring and commencement
· Legal implications and duties
· The NEW - Protocol for Applications for Consent to Carry Out Alterations (the Alterations Protocol)
Full event information:
Registration from: 2.15pm
Boot Camp starts: 2.30pm
Boot Camp finishes: 5.30pm
Drinks and networking: until late