The seminar reviews the fortunes of English landed estates since 1880. Using Northamptonshire as an example, the seminar will explain the impact of the Agricultural Depression, WW1, the Depression and WW2, and then the slow recovery of recent decades, all against the backdrop of changing tax regimes.
Neil Lyon, Deputy Director of the Lamport Hall Trust, will explain how the 67 landed estates of Northamptonshire in 1880 have fared.
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Cambridge: 17 May 2017
Northampton: 25 May 2017
London: 6 June 2017
Milton Keynes: 15 June 2017
07:30am - 09:30am
Our Real Estate lawyers will provide a series of practical updates and commentary on the latest commercial property hot topics and case law, likely to include energy efficiency regulations, asset management and commercial and residential development related matters.
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Due to venue capacity places are limited. To avoid disappointment early acceptances are recommended.
The UK has become the first country in the world to officially recognise Parkour as a sport.
Natural England is changing the way it issues wildlife licences to deal with protected species found at development sites.
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