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With seemingly ever-increasing costs of goods and materials, contractors and developers alike continue to feel the squeeze. Pressure on costs can only be compounded by...
Lewis Silkin
There is no doubt that technology has been the fastest evolving element we have seen in offices. Remote working forced a switch to the use of virtual technologies for staff and organisations alike.
Lewis Silkin
The requirements of organisations returning to the workplace in a post-pandemic scenario have undoubtedly been influenced by the learnings we have all experienced during the pandemic.
Lewis Silkin
The Government finally issued the long awaited Planning Bill on 11 May repackaged as "The Levelling-Up and Regeneration Bill" ("LURB"). The LURB covers a wide range of proposals or "missions"...
PDT Solicitors
Welcome to the second instalment of ‘Lessons from a litigator – things I wish I had known before I signed'.
DMH Stallard
On the heels of the Queen's Speech on Wednesday, Michael Gove's department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has revealed proposals for ...
Yesterday, on 10 May 2022, Prince Charles (on behalf of the Queen) delivered up the Queens Speech which brings back into focus the Renter's Reform Bill.
Building an extension, annex and conservatory are among the top five home improvement projects for this year, but before people steam ahead with grand extension plans...
Lewis Silkin
Wellbeing is a difficult concept to pin down: it is both physical and intangible, practical and esoteric, and so can be tricky to measure with any accuracy.
Lewis Silkin
The concept of ‘flexibility' from a leasehold perspective can take many forms and within that there are degrees and differing perspectives. The coming years will see more...
Lewis Silkin
The lockdown months saw a huge reduction in the operational carbon footprints from commercial workplace premises
Gowling WLG
Join us in our "How We Live... Sustainably" podcast series to find out how developers, operators and investors across the Living sectors are rising to the sustainability challenge.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (or TUPE Regulations as they are more commonly known) will most likely be familiar if...
Giambrone & Partners
As the grip of Covid 19 is relaxing many people are considering realising their long-held ambition of buying a house in Europe.
Herbert Smith Freehills
A renewed clampdown on economic crime will reveal the identity of the beneficial owners of overseas entities holding property in the UK...
Barton Legal
We are often asked "can I adjudicate?"; "I did not serve any notice, but do I still have to pay?"; "can I recover my costs?".
Mayer Brown
The Government's recent Levelling Up the United Kingdom White Paper announced the intention to give local authorities the power to require landlords to rent out long-term vacant properties on the high street...
Herbert Smith Freehills
The London planning team at Herbert Smith Freehills has a new blog called Energy and Infrastructure Consenting Notes, focused on infrastructure planning in the UK.
Gowling WLG
The way we live is changing rapidly and stakeholders from across the Living sectors are at the forefront of innovation in meeting the diverse housing needs of our population against a backdrop of growing regulation.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
The enactment of the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 means that clients will need to review their property portfolio. Where overseas entities...
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