Seminar: 10:30 - 13:30 followed by networking lunch
The current economic climate poses a challenge for public bodies as they must find new ways of generating income to support service delivery and investment needs, often through partnering with the private sector. This seminar will provide an in-depth briefing on how Joint Ventures can be used to optimise the delivery of housing and socio-economic outputs whilst at the same time maximising financial returns for landowners seeking regeneration and development partnerships with public and/or private sector partners. We will explore both how to select the best type of Joint Venture Vehicle and Partner for your particular circumstances and how to structure the relationship for effective risk management and maximum reward.
- Site assembly – who should purchase the land / assemble the site?
- Public Sector investment – equity, debt and grant funding
- Public Sector returns – capital receipts and income generation
- Public benefits – public realm, social housing, regeneration
- Corporate structures
- Procurement considerations – can you appoint your development partner without competition?
- Joint Ventures vs more traditional models for land development
- Partnering between local authorities and housing associations
- Jonathan Turner, Partner and Head of Housing for Bevan Brittan LLP (seminar Chair)
- Laura Brealey, Senior Associate at Bevan Brittan LLP and procurement specialist
- Nigel Giffin QC,11KBW, leading barrister specialising in local government
Who Should Attend?
This session will be suitable for both Local Authorities and Housing Associations, in particular Chief Executives, Finance Directors, Regeneration/Development Directors and Senior Lawyers interested in revenue generation and/or the strategic approach to land development
This seminar is FREE CPD points: 3 Please be aware that places for this seminar are limited and may get over subscribed. Our clients get priority over non clients but we will endeavour to increase capacity where we can to allow all those who wish to attend a place. Where we are heavily over subscribed we will limit places to one or two people per organisation.
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