06-08 October 2020Tell me more
Traditionally one of the largest events in the local government calendar, the IRRV Annual Conference has always been an opportunity for practitioners to gather together and discuss the major issues affecting the profession. And this year will be no different.
All the days sessions will culminate in question and answer sessions where delegates will get the chance to pick the brains of our experts.
The conference will also be accompanied by an all new virtual exhibition that will, as ever, display excellence in the provision of services to our market place and allow delegates and exhibitors to come together.
Here's our president to tell you more.
Meet all the biggest suppliers and innovators in the field at this year's exciting new virtual exhibition experience. Showcasing the latest technology and offering the very best expert advice.
Four professional streams full of up to the minute sessions presented by leading industry professionals. Catering for professionals within Revenues, Rating, Collection and Enforcement, Valuation, Fraud and Welfare Benefits.
All the content from all the major sessions will be provided to you in e-format after the event for you to reference at your convenience.
Andrew Hetherton, IRRV President
Nick Cooper, Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government
Tony Travers, Visiting Professor in LSE Department of Government and Director of LSE London
Richard Harbord, Council Member and Past President
Wallace Sampson, Chief Executive, Harrogate BC
Claire Elliott, Deputy Director: Housing Delivery Division, Department for Work and Pensions
Alistair Townsend, IRRV Senior Vice President
Stephen Timms MP, Chair, Social Security Select Committee
Deven Ghelaini, Director, Policy in Practice
Alan Colston, Chief Valuer, Valuation Office Agency
Paul Sanderson, President, International Property Tax Institute
Ian McManus, Managing Director, Lateral Technology
Kevin Shaw, Creditor Strategy Manager, Money and Pensions Service (MaPS)
Sarah Naylor, Business Develpment Manager, Dukes Bailiffs Limited
Geoff Waterton, Head of Collection, Enfield LBC
Shelley Taylor, Solutions Architect, Civica
Simon Quilter, Revenues Manager, Broadland and South Norfolk C
Hannah Sutcliffe, Virtual Rate Manager, Analyse Local
Mark Fearn, Programme Leader- Resources and Transformation, Walall C
Nick Ducatel, Functional Lead Growth and Prosperity, Lewes DC and Eastbourne BC
Darren Kelk, Managing Director, Ascendant Solutions Limited
Simon Freedman, Local Government Solutions Manager, Bristow and Sutor
Giblin and Sullivan Consultancy Services
Paula Doherty, Head of Service, Community and Customer Services, Dumfries and Galloway C
Phil Agulnik, Product Development Director, entitledto
Karen Holmes, Software Development Manager, entitledto
Adrian Shooter, Deputy Divisional Director, LA and VOA Management and Fundamental Team, Department for Work and Pensions
Julie Holden, Town Clerk, East Grinstead Town C
Michelle Kettles, Benefits Manager, South Staffs DC
Zoe Charlesworth, Head of Policy, Policy in Practice
Gary Garland, President, Valuation Tribunal for England
Simon Green, Partner, Gerald Eve and Chair of IRRV Faculty Board
Dan Kolinsky QC, Barrister, Landmark Chambers
Angela McGrath, Commissioner for Valuation, Land and Property Services Northern Ireland
Duncan Mclaren, Technical Advisor, Valuation Office Agency
Carla-Maria Heath, Junior Vice President, Chair of the IRRV Local Taxation and Revenues Faculty and Member of the Technical Working Group of the MHCLG/LGA Non Domestic Rate Retention Steering Group
Roger Messenger, Senior Partner, Wilks Head and Eve
Norman Winbourne, Partner, Winbourne, Martin, French
In Conversation With
David Magor, Chief Executive, IRRV
Zoe Kent, Head of Revenues, Swale DC
Allan Clark, Head of Service, Barnet LBC
Nathan Nash, Head of Business Development - National Fraud Initiative (NFI)
David Magor, Chief Executive, IRRV
Andy Davies, UK Public Sector Client Manager, SAS UK & I
Ash Varsani, UK Financial Crime and AML Specialist, SAS UK & I
Kevin Stewart, Head of Revenues and Benefits Service, Mid Sussex DC
Gary Layzel, On Demand Transformation Manager, Civica
Exhibiting at IRRV provides a comprehensive opportunity to access an audience of qualified professionals across all fields of the industries surrounding the Institute. Stands, virtual or otherwise, are booked on a first come first serve basis so potential exhibitors are advised to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. To find out about opportunities still available please visit IRRV Sponsorship Alternatively, please contact Clelia Abrams, Sales and Advertising Officer on email@example.com or phone 0207 691 8979.
Full access to all the sessions and streams during the conference. These will also be made available to you to view post event until 31 Decemebr 2020.
To book your complimentary members pass you'll just need to click the 'Register' button at the top of the page and follow the instructions.
All you'll need is access to a computer that is connected to the internet.
Delegates will be able to access the virtual exhibition from the main conference page. Just click on the exhibitors logo to visit their stand. You will be able to read more about each exhibitor, download more information and call or email exhibitors via the “contact us” option – exhibitors will be ready to answer your queries. Exhibitors will also be running various competitions – so make sure to visit their pages to enter!
PROGRAMME CHANGES AND CANCELLATION / RESCHEDULING OF EVENTS
The Institute will make every effort to give delegates as much notice as possible of any programme changes or the cancellation/re-scheduling of the event. However, it does reserve the right to make changes to advertised programmes and to cancel/re-schedule events. In the unlikely event of the conference and/or exhbition being cancelled/re-scheduled, either a full refund will be made or alternatively, any fee paid will be credited against a future booking.
On receipt of the registration form with purchase order number the IRRV will issue a receipted VAT invoice at the prevailing rate. Payment must be received in advance of the event. The Institute reserves the right to refuse access where delegate fees have not been paid.
Cancellations made 1 month before the event will be subject to an administration charge of 50% of the fee plus VAT. Cancellations after this date are liable for the full registration fee. A substitute delegate is welcome at any time at no extra charge.
Please note that the Institute will be producing a delegate list that will only include the name of each delegate, their job title and employer. This will available to all exhibitors and delegates.
All this at an affordable price
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* Although passes for all individual, Forum and Organisational members is complimentary registration for prior to event is still required. For more information please see the faq section or to make you booking click on the 'Register' icon at the top of the page.