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Hunters Property Seminar: Buy land, they are not making it anymore

  • October 25, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

On Tuesday, 22 November 2016, we will be hosting our annual property seminar, ‘Buy land, they are not making it anymore; land development on rural estates’.

Notable experts will discuss the strategic legal and valuation aspects of the disposal for development of rural land in private ownership. Speakers include Peter Robinson, joint Head of Property at Hunters, Giles Dobson, Head of Rural at Bidwells’ Cambridge office, Brian Buckingham, Head of Residential Development at Bidwells’ Cambridge office, and Edward Briggs Divisional Managing Partner at Bidwells’ Oxford office.

The seminar will be held at The Farmers Club, 3 Whitehall Court. Doors open at 5:50pm, with drinks and canapés form 7:15pm, following the seminar.

Please get in touch via events@hunters-solicitors.co.uk if you are interested in attending.

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