SURVEYORS RECAP

ORGANISERS OF CONFERENCES FOR CHARTERED SURVEYORS

 

 

 

NEW VENUE FOR 2019

We are pleased to announce we are relocating our events to The Roman Way Hotel in Cannock. A short distance from our last venue, with improved facilities and excellent motorway and road networks.

Please make yourselves familiar with the venue location—we don’t want you to miss out!

 

WELCOME TO SURVEYORS RECAP 2019

 

CPD UPDATE FOR RURAL PRACTITIONERS AND SURVEYORS

 

Now into its 34th year of this popular series, RECAP updates rural surveyors and practitioners of all experiences.

 

The unique series of evening seminars provides an invaluable opportunity to explore key current rural topics for 2019. This is a series of five consecutive Monday evenings which can be attended individually, or as a series. Full attendance can give 15 hours or more CPD / Lifelong Learning and provides an excellent networking opportunity.

 

The lectures are organised by SURVEYORS RECAP LTD, which is a non-profit making company aiming to broaden the knowledge of fellow rural professionals. The lectures will be of particular benefit for RICS and CAAV members and are suitable for professionals of all levels of experience. We also extend a warm welcome to farmers, lawyers, accountants, farm secretaries and other rural practitioners.

 

 

DATES: 16th, 23rd, 30th September and 7th and 14th October

5.30 pm – 9pm. Tea and coffee available from 5pm and supper included

 

You may now book your tickets online

 

Venue: The Roman Way Hotel, Watling Street, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 1SH

 

For late bookings please do not hesitate to contact us. We can accept a limited number of late bookings at short notice but need to confirm catering numbers a few days before each evening.

 

Unfortunately, we are unable to give refunds if you are unable to attend, however bookings for individual sessions are transferable.

 

All bookings must be paid for in advance of attendance.

 

Once again, we have organised a varied programme for you and hope the subjects will be of interest to a wide audience of surveyors and other professionals. If there are any particular subjects or points you would wish to have covered in any of this year's sessions, please contact us and we can try to ensure that your particular point is covered.

 

 

 

Rural Faculty Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors West Midlands Region

Midland Counties and West Midlands Group