Essential guide to common development pitfalls webinar series

Foot Anstey's new webinar series on some common pitfalls and obstacles to developing land.

Date & Time 11:00am | Next webinar 21 June 2022

Location Online

Foot Anstey's market leading Developer Sector team is launching a new series of bitesize webinars highlighting some common pitfalls and obstacles to developing land.

This webinar series has been designed to provide clear, commercial advice via easy-to-digest webinars which last no more than 30 minutes. Each webinar will highlight common pitfalls, share insights into real life case examples and provide practical advice so that you can avoid traps for the unwary. Following the webinar, all attendees will receive a useful checklist of the key issues to look out for. 

The webinars will be of interest to housebuilders, developers, lenders, agents, housing associations - and anyone who owns land which is ripe for development. They will take place throughout the year with the first two sessions available to book now!

Webinar 1: Obtaining vacant possession

Date: Tuesday 8 February 2022
In our first webinar Patrick Wetherall, David Crockford and Rachel Small, all Real Estate Disputes lawyers, discussed many topics including issues around Town and Village greens, potential adverse rights including rights to light and the impact of telecommunications equipment.

Webinar 2: Overage

Date: Tuesday 22 March 2022
Discussing key commercial issues when negotiating overages, reviewing recent case law developments and advising on the pitfalls to avoid.

Webinar 3: Planning considerations for developers

Date: Tuesday 21 June 2022

Time: 11:00am - 11:30am

The next webinar will be looking at key planning considerations for developers.

Keep an eye out for further webinars coming soon including:

  • Ensuring sufficient access – potential pitfalls, consequences and solutions
  • Dealing with Restrictive Covenants - enforcement, Lands Tribunal applications and indemnity insurance
  • Known unknowns – understanding unregistered/overriding interests and ways to avoid them

If you have any queries regarding the webinars, please contact us.