Property and Planning breakfast seminar, Crawley

Join our expert Real Estate and Planning teams in Crawley as we bring you the latest updates in Property law and answer your questions. Network with colleagues in the field over bacon rolls before hearing from our team.

We are always keen to know what is important to you so, if you have any topics you would like us to discuss, please let us know.



Thursday 13 June 2024



8.10am arrival for breakfast

8.30am seminar

10.00am finish



Griffin House

135 High Street


RH10 1DQ

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Please note: there are no parking facilities at the office available to attendees of this event. We recommend parking in one of the nearby public car parks, such as Orchard Street car park in Peglar Way.



To register, please email 



This seminar is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Professional legal advice should be obtained before taking, or refraining from taking, any action as a result of the contents of this seminar.

About the authors

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Emily Wood


Expert in property contracts, rights to light, telecoms code issues, and business rates appeals for private and public sector clients.
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Graham Halsall


Expertise in landlord and tenant disputes, including break notices and rent arrears, and land disputes such as trespassing and boundary disputes.
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Jonathan Crook


Commercial property Partner experienced in sale and purchase, landlord and tenant, corporate transactions, and the charity aspects of property law.
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Peter Rainier

Principal Director of Planning

Expert on residential and commercial development planning applications and appeals, advising on commercial waste applications and heritage matters.
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Heidi Copland


Experienced in the negotiation and drafting of section 106 agreements, highways and infrastructure agreements, advising both public and private sector.

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