The Geomatics Professional Group will be hosting a CPD seminar on Rights to Light.
Thursday, 27 April 2017
5.30pm- registration. The seminar will begin at 6.00pm and will run until 7.00pm
DIT Bolton Street (Kings Inn entrance)
Andrew D Thompson, Director of the Savills London Office will deliver a presentation on the 'Rights to Light and Geospatial Modelling: A Surveyors Perspective'.
Andrew has written a guidance note with RICS in relation to Geospatial Modelling and Rights to Light. He is also a specialist in Rights of Light matters.
John Cowan, B.Arch. and retired FRIAI will share his experiences in over 40 years of advising in Rights of Light cases and areas where architects should be aware of in their daily practice.
John will reference his experiences to the recent guidance note written by Andrew on Geospatial Modelling and Rights to Light.
John was an architect in private practice from 1973 to 2015. He is former Partner at John L Griffith and Partners and is a retired Fellow of RIAI. John has acted as Rights of Light consultant in over 200 cases.
This CPD seminar may be of interest to Building Surveyors as well as Property Professionals. All members of the SCSI are welcome to attend this CPD.
Andrew is a Director in Savills Building and Project Consultancy Division. Andrew has a broad qualification background being a Chartered Building Surveyor, Chartered Environmental Surveyor and Chartered Safety & Health Practitioner with these skills assisting him in assessing safety design and risk assessment issues.
He joined Savills in August 2014 and is the technical lead for CDM2015. He became a qualified Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 1999 and achieved Fellowship (FRICS) in 2011. He has a Masters Degree in Environmental Decision Making (via the Safety Health & Environmental SHE pathway) this provided CMIOSH status in 2004.
With more than 30 years of surveying experience, Andrew specialises in party walls and rights of light, and has key expertise in planning with regards to daylight and sunlight analysis, sustainable development and environmental impact.