Title Speakers Overview  Date  Time
Charity law, the new regulatory regime and commercial activities- get it right or face the consequences! Kevin Ruth, Dep CE of Together Housing Group & David Tolson, Director, David Tolson Partnership Limited A session exploring the practical aspects of balancing increased commercial activity with the requirements of charity law and the new regulatory regime.  Tuesday 27th June 14.30
RTB Receipt Structures – New Funding Solutions for Increasing Supply Matthew Waters , Partner for Bevan Brittan, Rupert Brandon Head of Development and Estate Renewal, Regeneration and Environment, Enfield Council & Maggie Rafalowicz, Associate Director, Campbell Tickell  A session talking about different funding models local authorities are taking for increasing supply including structures that allow for right to buy receipts to be utilised and leveraged for third party investment. Rupert Brandon from London Borough of Enfield will be speaking alongside Matthew Waters, giving his insight into what model Enfield is adopting.  Wednesday 28th June 14.30
Mixed Tenure Schemes – innovative approaches to enabling development and subsequently their effective management Nicholas Grundy, QC, Five Paper & Neil Brand, Partner, Bevan Brittan LLP Nicholas Grundy QC of Five Paper speaking about applications for the removal of covenants restricting the use of publicly owned land to enable mixed-tenure development, with Bevan Brittan Partner Neil Brand looking at strategies for managing mixed tenure schemes Thursday 29th June 11.10


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