CLA at the The Glamping Show

19 September 2019

CLA at The Glamping Show 2019

NAEC, Stoneleigh Park, 19-21 September 2019 

 

 

 

 

 

Make the most of UK tourism and visit the Glamping Show 2019

With regular articles in the news telling us that staycations are booming in the UK, what does that mean for landowners and can you benefit?

·         Are you interested in using your land to generate new revenue streams?

·         Do you want to find out more about how to create unique visitor experiences to make the most of the growing trends in sustainable and wellness tourism?

If the answer is yes, then visit the Glamping Show taking place on 19-21 September at the NAEC, Stoneleigh Park. Featuring more than 100 exhibitors, free seminars and one-to-one “meet the experts” sessions, this free-to-attend event offers the advice and inspiration you need to set up a sustainable revenue stream through tourism.

The CLA will have its own centrally located stand with CLA seminar theatre. CLA members will be able to meet with our experts and listen to presentations on a range of essential topics for anyone thinking about diversifying.

For more information and to book your free ticket click here.

 

CLA SEMINAR PROGRAMME – CLA SEMINAR AREA

Thursday 19 September

10.30am-11am, Camilla James: Starting up? Top 10 things to consider
This talk will help with better identification of issues that need to be addressed when considering a new business. It will cover, among other things, best use of existing assets, avoiding the business rates trap and planning for future success.

11.30am-12pm, Fenella Collins: Glamping: when do I need planning permission?
Glamping structures come in all shapes and sizes: tents, pods, yurts, floating pods, shepherds’ huts and so on. This seminar will explore the circumstances in which glamping structures may or may not require planning permission.

2pm-2.30pm, Joshua Gill: How to improve your online media strategy
Confused by social media? This seminar will explore a series of tips, tricks and guidance that you can apply to your online media strategy to better enhance your business.

3pm -3.30pm, Helen Dale: The importance of business planning
Without adequate planning the viability of a business is under threat. Yet most businesses do not have effective business plans in place. This seminar will set out the key areas you need to know in order to plan effectively and create a robust business plan.

 

Friday 20 September

10.30am-11am, Camilla James: Starting up? Top 10 things to consider
This talk will help with better identification of issues that need to be addressed when considering a new business. It will cover, among other things, best use of existing assets, avoiding the business rates trap and planning for future success.

11.30am-12pm, Claire Wright: Glamping: when do I need planning permission?
Glamping structures come in all shapes and sizes: tents, pods, yurts, floating pods, shepherds’ huts and so on. This seminar will explore the circumstances in which glamping structures may or may not require planning permission.

 2.00pm-2.30pm, Joshua Gill: How to improve your online media strategy
Confused by social media? This seminar will explore a series of tips, tricks and guidance that you can apply to your online media strategy to better enhance your business.

3.00-3.30pm, Helen Dale: The importance of business planning
Without adequate planning the viability of a business is under threat. Yet most businesses do not have effective business plans in place. This seminar will set out the key areas you need to know in order to plan effectively and create a robust business plan.

 

Saturday 21 September

10.30am-11am, Camilla James: Starting up? Top 10 things to consider
This talk will help with better identification of issues that need to be addressed when considering a new business. It will cover, among other things, best use of existing assets, avoiding the business rates trap and planning for future success.

11.30am-12noon,  Claire Wright: Glamping: when do I need planning permission?
Glamping structures come in all shapes and sizes: tents, pods, yurts, floating pods, shepherds’ huts and so on. This seminar will explore the circumstances in which glamping structures may or may not require planning permission.

2pm-2.30pm, Joshua Gill: How to improve your online media strategy
Confused by social media? This seminar will explore a series of tips, tricks and guidance that you can apply to your online media strategy to better enhance your business.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

Camilla James
Camilla James is a taxation adviser for the CLA based in London. She advises members on their taxation enquiries, particularly in regard to the taxation of trusts and succession planning for farm and rural business owners. A solicitor, she has a broad practical experience of advising on many aspects of private client and tax law both within firms of solicitors and accountants.

Fenella Collins MRICS
Fenella Collins is the CLA’s Head of Planning based in London. Her role is to research, develop and promote CLA policy with regards to planning issues as they affect rural areas, including designated areas. She is responsible for developing and maintaining good working relationships with relevant government officials, evaluating and responding to national consultations relating to the planning system as well as providing advice to CLA members. Fenella’s particular policy challenge is to devise better ways of achieving more rational and flexible planning policies for rural areas to provide for the needs of rural businesses, rural communities and the natural environment.

Joshua Gill
Joshua Gill is the CLA’s Media and Communications Executive based in London. He is responsible for handling national member e-news and communications, social media, media monitoring and creating national film content. Working closely with the national communications managers, he also assists in any ongoing campaigns and related press work.

Helen Dale
Helen Dale is a rural adviser for the CLA in the Midlands. With over 25 years’ experience in the land-based sector, she advises members on a wide range of areas to do with land management, rural grants and livestock.

Claire Wright MRICS
Claire Wright is a chartered surveyor covering the CLA East region. With 8 years’ experience in rural practice, she advises members on many areas but with a particular focus on planning and diversification. She gets involved with lobbying activity related to rural crime and the provision of rural services.