Law firm hosts property conference at historic abbey.
LEADING law firm Wright Hassall hosted its inaugural Heritage Property Conference at Stoneleigh Abbey.
The conference attracted more than 100 property figures from across the UK and featured talks from Michael Hiscock, senior associate in the construction team at Leamingtonbased Wright Hassall and partner Philip Harris on the legal challenges of heritage property.
Sarah Lewis, from Historic England, Lynda Jubb, chair of the RICS Building Conservation Forum, Mark Balkham from chartered architects and heritage building consultants Rodney Melville and Partners, David Chismon from accountants Saffery Champness, and Roger Cullimore from Warwick District Council also delivered key note speeches.
Andrew Houston, Warwickshire Country Council; and Paul Lewis, Warwickshire Country Council
Daniel Jackson, Sheldon Bosley; Hettie Dix, Purcell Miller Tritton; and Pritpal Singh Swarn, WH
David Hewer, Hewer Builders Ltd; Jason Fretter, Tandem Projects; and Dawn Reynolds, WH
Michael Hiscock, Philip Harris, both Wright Hassall: Lynda Jubb, RICS Building Conservation Forum; David Chismon, Saffery Champness; Sarah Lewis, Historic England; Mark Balkham, Rodney Melville and Partners; and Roger Cullimore, Warwick District Council
Nick Daffern and Jon Webster, Wardell Armstrong Archaeology
Tony Jeans, United Reformed Church (West Midlands) Trust Ltd; and Mahmood Esmail, M E Architects Ltd
Paul Rice, Wright Hassall; Amy Hutsby, Fisher German; Michael Hiscock, Wright Hassall; and Rebecca Lock, Fisher German
Peter Cross, Barton Willmore; and Catherine Windibank, Arden Construction Ltd
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Article Type:||Conference news|
|Date:||Jun 18, 2015|
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