Asset Transfers: Opportunity or Liability?

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The Ethical Property Foundation is a UK charity launched in 2004, to support non-profits with high quality property advice free at the point of access, with 3000+ clients to date.

 

In February 2015 the Foundation became a preferred supplier of land and property advice to the Charity Commission.

 

Charities and community groups are increasingly choosing to take on asset transfers from local authorities as a means of acquiring property. However without proper management, any property is at risk of becoming a liability, with unforeseen costs and unexpected problems putting strain on organisations which are often already overworked.

 

This training is designed to give a jargon free, accessible introduction and overview of how to make asset transfers a success:

• How taking on an asset can benefit your organisation
• How to engage with local authorities
• Business planning to assess the viability and sustainability of taking on community buildings
• Legal structures and governance issues to consider when considering taking on community buildings
• Identifying ‘hidden’ hazards or responsibilities: what are you ACTUALLY taking on
• Common mistakes and how to deal with them
• Lessons from others

 

Property Advice Clinic

 

The half day training session will be followed by a property advice clinic to give you the chance to have a 20 minute session with one of our advisers on an individual basis.

 

When
27th October, 2016 10:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
Location
Anthony Collins Solicitors
134 Edmund St
City Centre
Birmingham, B3 2ES

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