Past Events

Spring Conference “Commercial Property – Where Next?”

18th May 2022, 09:00 to 16:30

The theme this year is “Commercial Property – Where Next?” – an overview of the commercial property landscape following Covid-19.

As in previous years, the content of the event is tailored to any professionals involved in the property industry, including solicitors, surveyors and developers.

Alongside plenary sessions, delegates will be able to choose from several different workshops addressing the practical issues likely to arise when dealing with commercial property, especially as we emerge from the pandemic. The workshops will give delegates the opportunity to consolidate on areas in which they already practice or to  focus on areas which are new to them.

At the end of the day, delegates will also have the opportunity to ask Tanfield barristers (including QCs) questions about points arising within their own practices during a question and answer session.

The full programme will be announced in the coming weeks.

Topics will include:

  • Valuation issues in business lease renewals
  • Covid rent arrears recovery
  • Implications of the electronic communications code for commercial property
  • Commercial land deals and tax considerations
  • Consents to assign, alter, or change use – what constitutes unreasonable refusal

Highlights of what you will learn:

  • Recent developments in case law
  • Civil Procedure updates
  • Changes wrought by Covid-19 and considerations for the future

What your ticket includes:

  • A full-day conference
  • Variety of plenary and workshop sessions
  • Breakfast, lunch and coffee
  • Post-conference networking drinks
  • Delegate pack and further reading

See the full programme here.


Wednesday 18th May 2022, 9.00am – 5.00pm


Full day rate: £175 + VAT


The View – House of the Royal College of Surgeons of England

Tickets are now available, email to book your place.


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