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Mishcon de Reya
Whilst this particular case did not involve a construction contract, getting the termination notice wrong is a common risk in construction.
Keystone Law
The UK planning framework is often seen as an obstacle to housing delivery, but whilst practitioners have grown weary from a series of legal and policy reforms introduced by successive governments...
Mishcon de Reya
On Wednesday 31 January, The Times reminded us that in last November's budget speech, chancellor Philip Hammond promised a review of un-implemented planning consents.
Wright Hassall LLP
You will know that it is a requirement to provide a copy of this to your tenant if the letting is not a social tenancy.
Mishcon de Reya
Last December we looked at the new edition of the Telecoms Code which we expected to come into force around Christmas: see The new Telecoms Code – is it an upgrade?
Keystone Law
At long last the government has recognised that there should be an Agent of Change principle built into planning, writes Gareth Hughes, licensing barrister at Keystone Law, and if accepted then this will be reflected in section 182 guidance under the Licensing Act 2003, as indicated by the Home Office in November 2017 in its response to the findings of the House of Lords Select Committee on the Licensing Act 2003.
Wright Hassall LLP
This was a very long-running case relating to Mrs Ahmed's occupation of a 4 bedroomed property owned by the Council.
Wright Hassall LLP
Despite the government's best efforts to attract more institutional investors into the residential letting market in order to create a more ‘professional' PRS, it remains dominated by small, buy-to-let landlords.
Wrigleys Solicitors
This article sets out a summary of the community rights and powers introduced by the Localism Act 2011 and how they can be used by community groups.
Deloitte
The first lesson my fellow undergraduate coursemates and I were taught at university was that ‘planners do not plan towns'. A useful clarification, but what followed was arguably more noteworthy.
Wright Hassall LLP
In the wake of the Housing Act, RPs and their advisers have been assessing the impact of deregulation on valuations and the ability of RPs to manage their assets in a more commercial way.
Mishcon de Reya
The rules about HMOs are complex at the best of times with three different licensing regimes - mandatory HMO licensing, the optional "additional HMO licensing" and the sweeping option of selective licensing which affects most rented property.
Mishcon de Reya
There's now less than three months to go until the minimum energy efficiency standard (or MEES) comes into force for commercial properties.
Wright Hassall LLP
This article looks at whether the courts will enforce an adjudicator's decision when faced with a Notice of Intention to Appoint an Administrator from the company found liable under such a decision.
Clyde & Co
The contract contained specific provisions about how the final account was to be submitted and finalised.
Brodies LLP
Since the introduction of Modern Limited Duration Tenancies on 30 November 2017, we have not heard any news on the next agricultural holdings reform in the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 to be implemented.
Wright Hassall LLP
In an example of the strict line being taken on appeal in respect of the administrative requirements placed on developers under the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 ("the CIL Regulations") ...
Clyde & Co
The UK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is due to complete its consultation on the 2011 amendments to the Housing Grants Regeneration and Construction Act 1996 in January 2018.
Clyde & Co
In Carillion Construction Limited v Emcor Engineering Limited and Others [2017] EWCA Civ 65 Carillion contended that the wording of a particular clause and commercial common sense warranted a move away from ...
Clyde & Co
We are pleased to present our "Year in review" for 2017, a Clyde & Co guide which sets out legal developments in the construction and infrastructure sector globally over the past 12 months, as well as insights into what you need to be aware of in 2018.
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Clyde & Co
We are pleased to present our "Year in review" for 2017, a Clyde & Co guide which sets out legal developments in the construction and infrastructure sector globally over the past 12 months, as well as insights into what you need to be aware of in 2018.
Deloitte
The IFRS 9 standard requires firms to quantify an unbiased expectation of credit losses (ECL) for in-scope instruments (IFRS9.5.5.17) that incorporates all reasonable and supportable information (IFRS9.5.5.4).
Clyde & Co
The UK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is due to complete its consultation on the 2011 amendments to the Housing Grants Regeneration and Construction Act 1996 in January 2018.
Clyde & Co
Shortly before Christmas the Government published its response to a consultation, issued earlier this year, on "Tackling unfair practices in the leasehold market".
Wright Hassall LLP
The fallout from the construction firm Carillion going into liquidation on 15 January continues to dominate the headlines in the business world.
Fenwick Elliott LLP
Artificial intelligence ("AI") and technological advances are already reshaping the landscape of the UK construction industry.
Clyde & Co
In Carillion Construction Limited v Emcor Engineering Limited and Others [2017] EWCA Civ 65 Carillion contended that the wording of a particular clause and commercial common sense warranted a move away from ...
Keystone Law
The UK planning framework is often seen as an obstacle to housing delivery, but whilst practitioners have grown weary from a series of legal and policy reforms introduced by successive governments...
Wright Hassall LLP
Although the headlines are currently dominated by the demise of Carillion, it is not just large main contractors that have suffered financial difficulties.
Brodies LLP
If you are a tenant under a Scottish lease which is subject to Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT), the Scottish almost-equivalent to SDLT, you may have a duty to submit further LBTT returns throughout the duration of the lease
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