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Dentons
In this episode Derek Stebbing from IPE, Michael Lowndes from Turley, and Jamie McKie from Dentons discuss a range of issues from the Housing White Paper, how Europe may sideline...
Dentons
The question of what powers LPAs have to deal with old planning applications is raised by both applicants, concerned that their planning application may be unilaterally withdrawn...
MacRoberts
How Often Do We Check The Weather Forecast, While Sitting Beside A Window? Why Do We Rely On Forecasts When Facts Are So Frequently Staring At Us?
Deloitte
The London Real Estate Forum this year will undoubtedly be dominated by what the outcome of the General Election means for London property in the short and medium term.
Deloitte
The Supreme Court last week passed judgement on the proper interpretation of paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and relevant policies for the supply of housing.
BrookStreet des Roches
Real estate partner, Charlie Seaward, who has been involved with the project for 20 years, led the BrookStreet team.
BrookStreet des Roches
In the recent Court of Appeal decision in Gore v Naheed, the court considered the extent to which a right of way in favour of one property could be used to gain access to another property.
TLT Solicitors
From 1 April 2018, it will be unlawful for landlords of properties with EPC ratings of below E to let those premises, unless an exemption applies.
TLT Solicitors
The Supreme Court has issued a judgment on the meaning of paragraphs 14 and 49 of the NPPF.
Dentons
With the General Election drawing ever closer, planning forms the battleground for a several controversial issues close to voters' hearts, such as fracking and safeguarding the greenbelt.
TLT Solicitors
The court has upheld a property owner's judicial review challenge of an order that required her to paint her striped townhouse white, on the basis that the local planning authority (LPA) did not use...
Collas Crill
By dealing with this at an early stage, we can reduce the time it takes to get from accepting an offer to exchange of contracts.
Collas Crill
This guide gives you as an owner or purchaser of residential property a basic understanding of the purchasing process.
Goodman Derrick LLP
Viewed as an attractive ornamental garden plant when initially introduced to the UK in Victorian times, Japanese knotweed is now regarded as something much more sinister.
MacRoberts
Earlier this month, the construction company known as Construction Materials Online Limited (CMO) was fined 55,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for breaching the laws...
TLT Solicitors
The HSE has published a draft strategy for the construction sector for the coming year 2017/18.
TLT Solicitors
The aim is to tackle and improve the current fatal and injury statistics associated with the construction workplace.
TLT Solicitors
The Supreme Court has ruled on the correct interpretation of paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Dentons
The Digital Economy Act 2017 sets out a new Electronic Communications Code (to come into force on a date to be appointed by the Secretary of State) designed to put in place modern regulation...
BrookStreet des Roches
There are various ways in which a lease can end. The appropriate method of termination depends on several factors including whether the lease has the protection of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954...
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Collas Crill
This guide gives you as an owner or purchaser of residential property a basic understanding of the purchasing process.
Goodman Derrick LLP
Viewed as an attractive ornamental garden plant when initially introduced to the UK in Victorian times, Japanese knotweed is now regarded as something much more sinister.
Collas Crill
By dealing with this at an early stage, we can reduce the time it takes to get from accepting an offer to exchange of contracts.
Withers LLP
The government proposes to introduce a new register to make public information on the ultimate beneficial owners (UBOs) of overseas companies which own UK properties.
TLT Solicitors
The court has upheld a property owner's judicial review challenge of an order that required her to paint her striped townhouse white, on the basis that the local planning authority (LPA) did not use...
MacRoberts
Earlier this month, the construction company known as Construction Materials Online Limited (CMO) was fined 55,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for breaching the laws...
TLT Solicitors
From 1 April 2018, it will be unlawful for landlords of properties with EPC ratings of below E to let those premises, unless an exemption applies.
MacRoberts
New rules on data protection are set to come into force in 12 months' time but taking action now can help you get prepared.
Deloitte
The London Real Estate Forum this year will undoubtedly be dominated by what the outcome of the General Election means for London property in the short and medium term.
TLT Solicitors
The Supreme Court has ruled on the correct interpretation of paragraph 49 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
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