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Landmark Chambers and Lambert Smith Hampton will be hosting a webinar on Friday 24th July 2020 at 1pm – 2pm.
On 8 June 2020 the Court of Appeal rejected the Valuation Office Agency’s request for leave to appeal in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum case, bringing 18 years of discussions, negotiations and disagreements around how museums should be valued for rating purposes to its legal conclusion.
At this webinar, David Forsdick QC (Landmark Chambers) and Colin Hunter MRICS IRRV (Lambert Smith Hampton) will discuss in depth what the Royal Albert Memorial Museum ruling means for the rating of public buildings not occupied for profit.
**This event will be hosted as a webinar. Participation is free of charge however, advance registration is required. Please note that participants will receive the joining instructions by email prior to the webinar.**
Friday 24th July 2020
13:00 - 14:00
Free to attend
David Forsdick QC and Colin Hunter MRICS IRRV will discuss in depth what the Royal Albert Memorial Museum ruling means for the rating of public buildings not occupied for profit:
- The importance of evidence and collating it.
- The implications of the decision for museums and other sectors.
- Applying the underlying principles more widely.
- The relevance of the decision to grant funded buildings.