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Mishcon De Reya To Chair Inaugural Accord Project Real Estate And Construction Working Group
The Accord Project, the global leader in developing open source code and specifications for smart legal contracts, is pleased to announce the launch of a working group to focus on developing techno-legal...
UK
25 Sep 2018
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SPG Found Inconsistent With The London Plan
Both sides claimed victory with the judgment in the challenge by retirement housing developers (McCarthy & Stone, Churchill Retirement Living, Renaissance Retirement and PegasusLife) ...
UK
26 Jul 2018
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Cities Of Tomorrow: Intelligent, Sustainable And Data Driven (Video)
Click on the film for a snapshot from industry experts and Mishcon de Reya lawyers as to how our evolving urban environment is changing our interaction with data and regulation.
UK
4 Jun 2018
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Can It Only Be Solved From The Centre?
Back in 2010 and 2011, ‘localism' and ‘neighbourhood planning' were the new buzzwords in the planning world, full of promise and anticipation of sustainable development ...
UK
16 May 2018
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When A Piece Of Property Becomes A Piece Of Data
We are surrounded by digital technology in every aspect of our lives; whether we carry it in our pockets and bags, have it displayed ...
UK
16 May 2018
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The Price Of Safety
After Grenfell: who should pay to remove unsafe, combustible cladding on apartment blocks?
UK
15 May 2018
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Independent Review Of Building Regulations And Fire Safety
As a result of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and the concerns about safety in high-rise residential buildings, the government asked Dame Judith Hackett ...
UK
12 Apr 2018
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Get Out Of Jail Free? Grove Developments v S&T [2018]
The recent TCC decision has sent shockwaves through the construction industry. In summary, it has established that if a paying party under a construction contract fails to issue a valid pay less...
UK
11 Apr 2018
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Construction And Interpretation: Aggregation Clauses
In August 2017, the prison sentence of Ian Paterson, the disgraced breast cancer surgeon, was increased to 20 years.
UK
16 Mar 2018
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Changes To Developer Contributions: The Sector Reacts
Proposals on developer contributions contained in this week's blizzard of policy announcements have prompted very different reactions from planning experts.
UK
14 Mar 2018
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Stand And Deliver
With six fewer paragraphs than its predecessor, the revised draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was launched Monday morning by Prime Minister Theresa May.
UK
8 Mar 2018
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Termination In Construction Contracts: Getting It Right
Whilst this particular case did not involve a construction contract, getting the termination notice wrong is a common risk in construction.
UK
15 Feb 2018
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Use It Or Lose It: Can Compulsory Purchase Help Housing Delivery?
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.
UK
14 Feb 2018
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Learning To Live Together: Government HMO Consultation Results And How They Affect Student Housing
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.
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Chicks With Bricks
I was recently introduced to Holly Porter who invited me to a fundraising dinner hosted by Chicks with Bricks to raise money for the Prince's Trust.
UK
25 Jan 2018
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Time To Alter?
With SDLT through the roof, is it time to dig deep to make the most of your property? It may not even be necessary to do much digging.
UK
23 Jan 2018
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The Mayor Of London's Draft London Plan. How Achievable Is It?
The small sites presumption looks like a very positive move to speed delivery and generate certainty.
UK
22 Jan 2018
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Modernising The Recovery Of Rent Arrears On Commercial Premises
New legislation is going to sweep away the existing procedure for taking and selling a defaulting tenant's goods to recover rent arrears on commercial premises.
UK
29 Oct 2007
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Culture vs Corruption Diary - September 2006
Welcome to the September edition of Mishcon's Culture vs Corruption Diary, the object of this diary is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what is happening in the world of corruption in the last month.
UK
6 Sep 2006
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