19th September 2018

Leading discussions at Bristol Law Society's property conference

This year's conference focuses on the legal aspects of development and sustainability in relation to the built environment. Speakers from YTL Developments, Terrafirma and Dual Asset Insurance join a host of legal experts to discuss the:

This year's conference focuses on the legal aspects of development and sustainability in relation to the built environment. Speakers from YTL Developments, Terrafirma and Dual Asset Insurance join a host of legal experts to discuss the:

  • Brabazon Bristol development
  • Network Rail v Williams case relating to private nuisance as a result of Japanese knotweed
  • Caridon Property v Shooltz gas safety case
  • New Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES)
  • Legal aspects of green finance
  • Changes to / impact of Habitat Regulation Assessments in the planning process
  • Sustainable development aspect of planning from 2012-2018
  • Hidden hazards of the ground.

Thrings is a corporate member of BLS, which has circa 4,500 members across Bristol and Bath representing and supporting the local legal community. Supporters of the organisation include the University of the West of England, Lloyds Bank, Milstead Langdon, Wessex Searches and JLT.

Together with Ramona Derbyshire as president of the Gloucester and Wiltshire Law Society, Thrings demonstrates continued support of local law societies and sees the value of membership and involvement for its staff.

To find out more about BLS and how to get involved, please contact Ben Tarrant.

You can sign-up to the free monthly BLS newsletter here.


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