Property publications and events
Capsticks Solicitors, in partnership with the Connexional Team, TMCP and the panel surveyors, invite Managing Trustees to our upcoming Methodist Property Projects: Getting off on the right foot seminar series. A flyer with more information can found here. The seminars will be held in :
- Birmingham on Monday 28 October 2019, 1:45 - 5pm.
- Leeds on Tuesday, 5 November 2019, 1:45 - 5pm.
- Winchester on Monday 18 November 2019, 1:45 - 5pm.
- London on Monday 25 November 2019, 1:45 - 5pm.
To book a place, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Property Matters is a regular electronic newsletter from the Connexional Property Coordinator, full of useful current information and news, from new sources of funding to important building issues and information on legal matters affecting managing trustees. The newsletter is automatically circulated via email to ministers, property officers, treasurers, District Property Secretaries and District Chairs, as well as anyone else who has subscribed to it.
Latest issue: Property Matters Issue 22 (December 2018) (Pdf)
Previous issues (2018):
Property Matters Issue 21 (September 2018) (Pdf)
Property Matters Issue 20 (January 2018) (Pdf)
Older newsletters are available from the Connexional Property Coordinator, but please be aware that the content of back issues is likely to have been superseded since their initial publication date. You may also want to check the content of the Property Handbook.
PROPERTY TRAININGLOOKING FOR CONSENTS ENABLERS!
We are looking to set up a network of Consents Enablers. This will consist of several people in each region or District who are experts at using the Property Consents system, with the aim of providing basic support to local users of the system. These enablers will be provided with training so that they can help other trustees find their way around the system. This will be in addition to the continuing support provided by the team in London and the local District Property Secretaries.
Training material from August 2018 is now available on the Consents Enablers page.
Further training to be announced.
If you or somebody you know is interested in becoming a Consents Enabler, please email email@example.com.