Landmark Information, in collaboration with Northants Law Society, is pleased to invite you to an in-person training event at Shoosmiths Northampton. This event will feature a compelling presentation on climate change due diligence, focusing on the recently published Law Society Guidance. Join us to understand the importance of considering climate change in property transactions and learn how solicitors can effectively discharge their duty of care in relation to climate change risks.
Date: 11th of July
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: Shoosmiths Northampton
- Why it’s important to consider climate change:
- Understand how climate change may affect the UK and property Transactions
- Understand the main terminology around climate change modelling
- Why climate change hazards should be considered in property due diligence.
2. A critical look at the Law Society Guidance on Climate Change:
- How will it affect the day-to-day advice that solicitors give to their clients?
- How can property lawyers discharge their duty of care for climate change risks when acting on the purchase of property?
- Including a provision in the lawyers’ retainer
Meet the Presenters
Sally Redman, MSc IEMA Environmental Consultant: Sally brings a wealth of experience to the table, with over 10 years of expertise in environmental risk management and consultancy services. Her passion for climate change stemmed from her initial research on how climate and weather patterns affect subsidence. Currently, she leads the net-zero initiatives for Landmark Information Group, contributing to the company’s commitment to sustainability.
Mark Taylor, IEMA Business Development Director and Environmental Consultant: With a decade-long tenure at Landmark Information Group, Mark has established himself as an accomplished consultant and the Landmark legal Channel manager. His extensive knowledge of risk reporting has enabled him to forge valuable relationships across various sectors, including legal, SIPPs, investment management, and planning. Mark specializes in flood risk assessment and is an associate environmental auditor with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment.
How to Register
Join us to gain a comprehensive understanding of climate change due diligence, explore the Law Society Guidance, and learn how to effectively address climate change risks in property transactions. Sally Redman and Mark Taylor from Landmark Information will provide valuable insights and share their expertise in environmental consultancy. To register, please email us at email@example.com.