Yaxley: Legal firm Howes Percival hosts rural land agents’ event

Yaxley Hall, near Eye

Yaxley Hall, near Eye

Legal firm Howes Percival is holding a specialist seminar for rural land agents on structuring rural land ownership for development.

The free event, at Yaxley Hall near Eye on March 21, will cover the preparation of land for development from putting in place appropriate ownership structures in order to maximise tax reliefs, through to identifying potential land and dealing with developers.

Partner Jeremy Heal said: “The panel will cover a range of subjects including the fundamental rules for mitigating tax, the availability of entrepreneurs’ relief, issues surrounding the pooling of land, the management of hostile applications, and rural exception sites.”

The seminar will be presented by Howes Percival partners Stuart Maggs (tax specialist), Trevor Ivory (planning law expert) and Jamie Kidd (property litigation specialist). It will be followed by a panel discussion chaired by Jeremy Heal. Delegates will also have the opportunity to discuss any changes announced in the March Budget.

To enquire about places, contact Catherine Scott at catherine.scott@howespercival.com


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