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Gowling WLG
The daily development of the COVID-19 coronavirus poses challenges for the whole economy. The economic, social and political ramifications of the virus will endure for some time.
Gowling WLG
Last week the Government published a policy paper "Planning for the Future" setting out its proposals "to establish a planning system that works for the next century".
Clyde & Co
By a narrow majority the Supreme Court overturned the Court of Appeal decision and deemed that a landlord's refusal to consent to an application for change of planning use was reasonable.
Taylor Vinters
We asked Keven Fehmi from our Real Estate team for his view on what you should be thinking about, and the positive steps you can take.
Clyde & Co
As the Government's Deputy Chief Medical Officer warns that the start of the UK peak of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) epidemic is expected within the next 10 to 14 days
Gowling WLG
The case of Dill v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Another [UKSC2019/0001] reached the Supreme Court this week.
Dentons
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced in the 2020 Budget that the government "will invest an additional £1 billion to remove unsafe cladding from residential buildings above 18 metres
Hogan Lovells
As hand gels and toilet paper fly off the shelves and children across the world cross their fingers for school closures, the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus has taken over the news.
Clyde & Co
On 28 February 2020, the Nigerian Federal Government reported the first confirmed case of COVID-19 or the new "coronavirus" in sub-Saharan Africa.
Clyde & Co
U and I Group PLC, the UK's leading mixed-use regeneration developer, has recently completed a review of its UK legal panel, with all five firms comprising Hogan Lovells, Clyde & Co, Gowling WLG
Edwin Coe LLP
The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared yesterday that the "corona virus" (strain Covid-19) outbreak has reached the status of global pandemic.
Gowling WLG
Concerns of a COVID-19 pandemic continue to rise as it spreads swiftly between countries across most of the world. The situation may be unique in your lifetime to date, as there must now be very...
Dentons
In the second of the series looking at the differences between English and Scottish property law, Alexis Condie, Rachel Dunn and Lisa Cruickshank demystify some of the legal and practical
Mayer Brown
Contract obligations must be performed, with the sanction of a potentially painful trip to the courts, arbitration or adjudication standing behind them for failure to perform.
Dentons
The continuing rise of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues up public and corporate agendas now makes them a key driver in investment decisions
Hogan Lovells
The community infrastructure levy ("CIL") is payable on chargeable developments. Where a planning permission is expressly stated to be phased...
Edwin Coe LLP
A flying freehold is where part or the whole of a freehold property (whether commercial or residential) is structurally above another freehold property which is owned by a different party.
Dentons
As the world faces up to the challenges posed by the spread of COVID-19, clients have started asking what effect it could have on real estate.
Clyde & Co
With a focus on JCT and NEC standard form Construction Contracts
Clyde & Co
With a focus on JCT and NEC standard form Construction Contracts.
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