RICS Rural Conference comes back to the RAU to provide attendees with the most up to date information on key issues of relevance to surveyors operating in the rural sector.
Guiding you through crucial updates in the rural sector
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RICS Rural Conference will provide the perfect platform for rural surveyors to discuss the future of the sector and how the profession can continue to deliver and ensure the prosperity of the industry.
Delivered through presentations, case studies and discussions, the conference will examine timely topics such as agriculture and Brexit, opportunities in the renewable energy sector while also looking at the grid and capacity market.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear more on the latest Rural Arbitration Guidance Note which has been designed to assist rural chartered surveyors who are appointed to act in arbitrations whether as advocates, experts or the arbitrator. Further sessions will address the compensations elements of compulsory purchase orders, essential taxation updates and key need to know if you are managing a farm family business.
Meet up with your colleagues from across the region to learn, discuss and debate challenges and potential solutions to rural issues and take away crucial lessons learned from our expert speaker line up.
Highlights of the conference include:
Industry leading speakers include:
You’ve told us that networking is an important part of your conference experience. So, we’ve set aside times in the day to give you a chance to network with like-minded professionals, including your peers and our expert panel of speakers. One of these is a two-course hot lunch while you connect with colleagues old and new.
As part of our conference exhibition, sector-specific exhibitors will introduce the latest products and services to you to add value to your business.
You will also have access to RICS conference app to enhance your conference experience. With it you can:
Hear what last year's delegates had to say.
Watch highlights from RICS Rural Conference 2017, where delegates discussed the economy, political landscape and impact of technology upon their businesses and those of their clients.
And watch last year's full panel discussion on the topic of new markets for land and nature, including: planning for ecosystem services, Natural Infrastructure Schemes and delivering new income streams into farming.