Index Property Information are holding a series of events, for the property industry, aimed at Solicitors, Conveyances and Cilex. (And associated parties in the property industry.) On a range of topics which will be affecting the property industry.
This first event will cover the following topics.
- Land Registry Update – provide an update on HM Land Registry digital transformation
- 5G – How is the West Midlands to benefit from the 5G.
- The Canal River Trust – Unlocking new developments on water ways.
- Stuart Title – “New Build-New Problems (and some old ones too!)”
Land Registry Update – This session will provide an update on HM Land Registry digital transformation towards becoming the worlds leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data and working closely with Local Authorities to prepare their data and on the pre-migration process for the transfer of local Land Charges.
5G – Dubbed the ‘fifth generation’ of mobile technology, 5G is due to succeed 4G technology in the UK towards the end of 2019. Whilst a successor to 3G and 4G, 5G technology is vastly different to these previous advancements resulting in capabilities which are going to change the way we live and work in years to come.
The 5G network relies on a greater quantity of small mobile transmitters to make up its network. This provides the technology with wider and more reliable coverage coupled with faster speeds and greater capacity for users. The true impact of 5G is yet to be defined, however, it is widely held to be the necessary catalyst equired to facilitate the development of the next generation of technology and assist existing concepts such as the internet of things and the Smart Cities agenda.
The Canal River Trust – The Canal & River Trust only owns 4% of the land next to our waterways. This means our waterways can be affected by the development activity of others. The Canal & River Trust planning system plays a vital role in protecting the waterways from inappropriate development and enhancing the country’s network of canals, rivers and docks.
New developments provide great opportunities to create living waterways that transform places and can improve the wellbeing of communities that live alongside our network.
- Unlocking the inland waterway network’s economic, social and environmental value
- Protecting the network of canals, rivers, and docks from inappropriate development
- Protecting and enhancing the natural and historic waterway environment
- Improving the health and performance of the waterway corridors and adjoining communities
- Securing the long-term sustainability of the network
Stuart Title – “New Build-New Problems (and some old ones too!)
Robert Kelly of Stewart Title looks at issues facing developers and buyers of new homes.
Stewart Title Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Title Guaranty Company, Stewart Title Limited is the primary underwriter for Stewart’s transactions in the United Kingdom, Europe & Australia.
They have the experience and knowledge required of their respective markets to handle any transaction throughout Europe, big or small, with the efficiency and dedication that it deserves.
They cover for various defective tiles and restricive covenants issues, search insurances, online self certification policies, title indemnity policies for residential and commercial re-mortgages, bespoke policies for lenders and portfolio matters
Tuesday 3rd September 2019
12:00pm – 2:30pm
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