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Event: Managing your premises - understanding your rights and obligations, 17 March

23 February 2016

Whether your institution has its own premises or leases them, education providers have a number of legal obligations surrounding the property they use. In this interactive session, lawyers from Penningtons Manches will consider the following issues:

Occupying premises you don’t own

  • distinguishing leases and licences
  • understanding when and why you may wish to (or be required to) vacate
  • limiting your obligations (e.g. repair and maintenance)

Fire safety update

  • the impact of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and your obligations as an occupier or owner of office space, educational premises or residential premises
  • understanding understand the risk assessment process
  • involving industry experts
  • recent case law

The Licensing Act 2003 - an update and review, including key issues, e.g:

  • the legal difference between the sale of alcohol and its free provision at public events
  • what is 'regulated entertainment'
  • when you should have a premises licence

Disability discrimination - a refresher covering obligations under the Equality Act as they affect property:

  • when you have an obligation to make alterations
  • the difference between teaching and residential accommodation
  • the overlap with listed building consent

Session format
Presentations with hand-outs and case studies, with plenty of time for discussion and questions.

This session is suitable for 
College owners, principals, and staff responsible for estates management.

When and where
Thursday 17 March, 125 Wood St, London EC2V 7AW
Registration: 13:00| Start time: 13:30 | End time: 16:30

About the trainers
This session will be delivered by the Education team at City law firm Penningtons Manches LLP 

Booking information
Study UK members: £80. Non-members: £110. (VAT exempt)

Click here to book online via www.studyuktraining.com or contact the events team:
T: 020 7608 7090 | F: 020 7608 7961 | E: events@study-uk.org


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