The New Regulations to prevent anti-competitive practices in Land Agreements

Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 10, 2011 End Date/Time: May 10, 2011
Registration Date: May 10, 2011
Early Registration Date: Mar 04, 2011
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New competition law legislation affecting the property sector is scheduled to come into effect in April this year. The implications of this are huge and these regulations will be wide ranging in their effects.

Just some of the affected sectors are: shopping centres, out of town retail centres (including food grocery retailing), hotels and leisure property, airport property, petrol stations, tied outlets and franchises

The legislation applies to all leases, transfers and terminations of interests in land – past, present and future.

Furthermore, contravention can incur penalties of up to 10% of a company’s turnover.

Could you fall foul of these regulations? If so what should you do? What are the consequences if you do? Could you even end up benefiting from the new regulations?

This conference will serve to brief the industry on the likely effects of this legislation as well as providing advice on how to ensure that companies remain on the right side of the law when acquiring new properties. To register click here.

This is a new, serious risk (and for some an opportunity). This briefing explains, in detail, what the new regulations are and what you should do – avoiding the theoretical and concentrating on the commercially practicable.

Ensure that you don’t get caught out. Ignorance is no excuse. Register today!


22 Portman Square London W1H 7BG
United Kingdom

Additional Information

£499 exc. VAT A discount of 20% is available to each additional delegate that books.