NHS estates essentials – Heads of terms for leases

Join us for our first event in a series of upcoming webinars throughout 2021, developed exclusively for NHS estates teams.

In this session, we will consider the key heads of terms which need to be agreed as part of any lease arrangement. We will also provide tips on how to secure the most beneficial terms, NHS specific lease requirements and the potential traps to avoid.

Webinar Series: NHS estates essentials 

 Capsticks property and property litigation teams are very pleased to introduce a series of breakfast briefing webinars developed exclusively for NHS estates teams. 

Our experts will be providing their insights and sharing their expertise on key legal topics that we know from experience are essential knowledge for NHS estates teams. 

Each session will involve a short presentation from our property lawyers on a key legal issue, and will explain how knowledge of this can help NHS organisations to manage their estates effectively. This will be followed by a live Q&A session which will allow attendees to raise any specific questions they may have before the working day begins. 

These sessions are designed for any NHS staff who deal with estates issues, and will provide practical tips for approaching property transactions and issues. 

Further topics in our NHS estates essentials series will include: 

  • Lease or licence?
  • Telecoms leases
  • Planning issues and conditional contract
  • Preparing for a site disposal
  • Managing a site disposal

We would also be happy to hear of other property related topics, please email these to [email protected] to provide any further topics you would like us to cover.

Event contact

If you have any queries about this event, please get in touch with us at [email protected]

Additional information

Please note that unless otherwise stated our events are free to attend. Places at our events are subject to availability and awarded at the discretion of Capsticks. If space becomes limited at this event and we may need to restrict numbers attending from individual organisations.