The evaluation of public sector land or assets may well need to be undertaken in this current economic climate. The aim of this seminar was to demystify what can be a very complex process and help to avoid pitfalls with contributions from stakeholders involved in the process.
This free interactive seminar by the Wales Audit Office, National Assets Working Group and Good Practice Wales brought together the most up-to-date practices from across Wales and beyond. Walking away from this seminar, delegates had shared and learnt different approaches to land management, enabling them to achieve more with less.
The seminar consisted of two showcase plenary sessions:
Presentation by Valuation Office Agency – Newport Valuation Office / Liverpool Valuation Office [PDF 159KB Opens in new window]
Demystifying the role of the District Valuer
Presentation by Welsh Government – Richard Baker [PDF 489KB Opens in new window]
The role of the National Assets Working Group
And a choice of attending two of the following workshops:
Workshop by Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council [PDF 714KB Opens in new window] / One Voice Wales [PDF 237KB Opens in new window]
The role of Town and Community Councils
Workshop by Carmarthenshire County Council [PDF 912KB Opens in new window]
Workshop by Valuation Office Agency – Nick Tyldesley / Alex Wheldon [PDF 346KB Opens in new window]
The valuation process – a case study
Who was the seminar aimed at?
This seminar was aimed at Officers responsible for Land Management within their organisation or as part of a project, including sustainable development projects.
Where and When
0900 – 1300, Thursday 3rd April 2014
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9LJ.
0900 – 1300, Wednesday 30th April 2014
Glasdir, Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst, Conwy, LL26 0DF.