The RICS Hull and East Yorkshire Local Member Group is hosting its annual CPD morning and networking lunch for property professionals on 26 June at KCOM Stadium.
Organisers of RICS local events research interesting speakers and this year will provide a broad range, covering topical material.
“This event is usually a sell-out, piquing interest from the region’s property and construction community with invaluable insights into the sector.”
“We are pleased to have a panel of excellent speakers, who are all experts in their field. Firstly Alex Codd from Hull City Council will present on the importance of effective water management in driving sustainable development.”
“This will be followed by Tim Wigglesworth from Hull Citycare who says that Hull is leading the way in creating public-private partnerships.”
“Guy Wheeler from LocatED will then demonstrate the use of creative development to deliver new schools and condition improvements in the education estate.”
“Finally, Bill Blackledge who is a Chartered Landscape Architect from 2B Landscape Consultancy and Stephen Robinson from HEYwoods will illustrate the HEYwoods and Northern Forest Initiative in the context of the Climate Change Committee’s recent recommendation to triple tree planting to assist with; Net Zero 2050 targets, Hull’s aim to be carbon neutral and the Government’s Urban Tree Challenge Fund. This talk will be of interest to rural surveyors, developers and landowners alike.”
“Also this year we are grateful to Ryder Levett Bucknell who has sponsored the event, enabling us to reduce the ticket price.”
“Local property professionals from a variety of backgrounds can gain CPD hours and network with like-minded professionals over lunch.”
Book here. https://www.rics.org/uk/events/conferences-seminars/cpd-morning-networking-lunch/
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