The proposed reform of the existing planning regime aims to change the culture and approach to environmental assessment.
The proposed reforms will provide landowners with the opportunity to clear vegetation without the regulatory burden.
This case is the first of its kind and clarifies the meaning of Section 27, giving assurance and comfort to developers.
The City is required by the Planning Act to give notice of the passing of the By-law, not later than 15 days after its passage.
The moratorium on alienation of Ukrainian farm land has long prevented meaningful foreign investment into the Ukrainian agricultural sector.
As the fifth anniversary of the onset of the financial crisis approaches, engineers, architects and other consultants to the construction industry should be aware of the potential risk that this unhappy anniversary presents to any remaining fee claims.
The UK banking sector is facing a number of challenges as a result of increased regulation and supervisory control which may adversely impact commercial real estate lending.
The Government has published an open consultation on further proposed reforms to legislation governing the Community Infrastructure Levy.
The Government introduced tax breaks for UK property funds in 2008, and it has taken five years for the industry to start responding.
This is the first entry of our new blog on the Government's HS2 proposals.
A report on when and how changes introduced by the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 will be brought into force.
The Government has recently published legislation that will relax the rules on when planning permission is needed for change of use.
A discussion on the property specific provisions arising from the Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 that received Royal Assent on 25 April 2013.
Later this year the legal process for authorising "nationally significant infrastructure projects" will celebrate its fifth birthday.
A report on the outcome of the consultation to review the highway and railway thresholds in the Planning Act 2008
At the end of 2011, after extensive public consultation, the
European Commission published its proposals for simplifying and
modernising the public procurement regime.
Florida Statutes chapter 713, commonly referred to as Florida’s mechanic’s lien statute, or "construction lien law," is intended "to protect those who have provided labor and materials for the improvement of real property."
In September 2012, the California State Legislature enacted SB 1186 in an effort to cut back on opportunistic litigation and encourage compliance with disability access laws.
FINRA issued Regulatory Notice 13-18 to provide guidance to firms on communications with the public concerning unlisted real estate investment programs, including unlisted REITs and unlisted direct participation programs that invest in real estate.
As a result of the decision in Lydon Millwright, contractors and subcontractor need to understand that executing monthly releases and waivers are not clerical tasks, and carelessly signing these documents can have serious ramifications.