- Granting tenancies to beneficiaries, employees or on the open market
- Making the most of your property assets by sharing occupation of properties
- Future proofing your property through redevelopment
- Charities Act requirements in property transactions including using property as security
- Managing risk for faith-based charities
Why choose this course?
The maintenance of property assets is an important consideration for faith-based organisations. From maintaining old or heritage buildings, to operating office space, updating and making use of church hall facilities and utilising residential property for a charity's objects, property is an important consideration and ensuring this property is used to its full potential and in line with legal requirements in a safe, risk-managed way is vital for faith-based organisations.
Who should attend?
This seminar is open to all organisations and would be of particular interest to charity trustees and senior managers.
8:00am breakfast and registration
Jamie Huard, Bates Wells Braitwaite
Jamie acts for commercial, charity and private clients in all aspects of transactions involving commercial property, including general commercial property work, both transactional and management, sales, purchases and refinancings. He also advises on all aspects of landlord and tenant work including granting and taking new leases, lease renewals, assignments and underlettings. Jamie has corporate property transaction experience including amalgamations, mergers and asset sales and purchases, as well as residential property experience such as the sale and purchase of both freehold and leasehold properties. He advises on residential tenancy, in areas including student housing and residential care.
Mark Ingram, CaSE Insurance
Mark is a Chartered Insurer and ACII qualified. He joined aQmen as a Director in May 2011 and has specialised in Faith insurance for more than 15 years. He frequently writes articles and speaks on relevant topics. Previously, as Head of Operations at Ansvar (part of the Ecclesiastical Insurance Group) he was responsible for all Underwriting, Claims, Sales and Marketing functions. A lifelong Salvationist, Mark is also a Trustee of leading drugs charity CDS.