Mellor Olsson are pleased to invite you to our second quarterly Local Government Property, Planning and Procurement Forum (LGP Forum) for 2019, ‘LGP Forum: Environmental risks associated with managing and purchasing property’.
This informative and interactive session will focus on the risks associated with managing or purchasing property and will be relevant for a broad cross section of Local Government professionals.
The forum will be an opportunity for attendees to raise both specific or general queries in relation to property and environmental risk.
Guest speakers Gary Purdy and Andrew Durand from Greencap will cover topics including:
Our team of Local Government specialists will also be on hand to answer questions, talk to you about any legal issues you have, as well as provide updates on recent changes in the law.
Greencap has been leading the way in risk management and compliance in Australia since 1984 delivering value through practical and tailored risk management solutions. With over 300 professional, technical and engineering staff based throughout Australia, Greencap offers world class delivery of innovative solutions to market leading clients in a wide range of industries, including thousands of private and government clients.
Gary Purdy has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the fields of Asbestos Management and Property Risk and is well respected within the industry for his knowledge and understanding of asbestos risk and WHS regulations.
Andrew Durand is a Principal Environmental Engineer with Greencap with 15 years’ experience in environmental consultancy, with a focus on the assessment, remediation and management of contaminated sites.
Wednesday 22 May 2019
Registration from 8.45am, Seminar from 9.00am - 11.00am
Terrace Room, Adelaide Pavilion, Corner South Terrace and Peacock Road (map here)
This is a complimentary event but registration is required as spots are limited.
To register your attendance, please email Laura Hillier by Friday 17 May 2019, by clicking here.
Have you got a burning question that you’d like to ask our Local Government lawyers? You can submit your questions anonymously in advance.
Submit your questions here.