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  •  21/09/2022
     09:00 - 13:30

Presented by Stuart Frame (Barrister), this seminar will be held on Wednesday 21st September 2022 and will start at 9.00 a.m. and will finish by 1.30 p.m.

This seminar will be delivered by a video conferencing programme called ZOOM which means that you will need to have the following available in order to access this seminar:

  • Laptop or Computer
  • Webcam & Microphone

The seminar material will be sent to you in hard copy so please make sure when making the booking you enter the correct address details and the details of how to access the meeting will be sent to the email address you provide, so please double check you have provided the essential details. 

The seminar includes the following topics:

  • What about access for works that do not fall within the Party Wall etc Act 1996?

Stuart Frame presents a seminar looking at access and associated mechanisms for building works via Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992, including a study of the February 2022 case of Prime London Holdings 11 Ltd v Thurloe Lodge Ltd and other associated cases. A comprehensive guide for surveyors to the practice and procedure of the 1992 Act.

Stuart Frame is one of the country’s leading barristers specialising in the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and has had a keen interest in the Act and its practical application since its inception. He is a practising barrister at the leading property law set, Tanfield Chambers, London, and an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty. He has a Real Property law practice, dealing with such matters as boundary disputes and easements, but his real specialism is in party wall matters which make up approximately 90% of his practice. Consequently he has advised or appeared in court on hundreds of party wall cases. Stuart’s extensive experience gained from working in the construction industry prior to practising as a barrister means that he has excellent technical knowledge to complement his legal training and experience.

4 hours CPD. 

The cost to attend this course is £175 for members and £210 for non-members and provides valuable CPD hours.

For those that book, further details on how to access the ZOOM seminar and instructions will be sent separately in due course. The link will be sent to you a week before the event. If you do not receive this within one week of the event please call the Faculty administration office. Hard copies of the documentation will also be sent in the post a week prior to the event. 

We look forward to seeing you.


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