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All non-UK entities that own any UK land, whether residential or commercial, must register on the newly established Register of Overseas Entities by 31 January 2023...
Collas Crill
Eighteen English councils are at risk of having planning decisions taken out of their hands and dealt with by the Planning Inspectorate if they fall below specified thresholds under the ...
Guernsey
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of Guernsey law that frequently arise in practice.
Collas Crill
New document duty rates applicable to certain transactions came into effect on 2 November 2022 in Guernsey. These rates will apply to all transactions registered from that date.
Collas Crill
Prior to May 2019 it was possible for unauthorised uses of land or buildings in Guernsey to become immune from planning enforcement action due to the passage of time.
Carey Olsen
Sales activity in the Guernsey Local Market between April and June was up compared to the first three months of 2022...
Collas Crill
In this opinion piece, Senior Planning Consultant Chris Crew shares his views on some of the challenges faced by Guernsey's Development and Planning Authority (DPA) in the context of the upcoming
Carey Olsen
House prices in Guernsey are at an all-time high, with the availability of houses at a historic low, causing great concern to many and in particular to low income families in need of affordable housing.
Collas Crill
Senior Planning Consultant Chris Crew joined Collas Crill in April 2022 to offer specialist planning advice as part of the firm's property services in Guernsey
Collas Crill
The States of Deliberation has recently approved the creation of a Development Agency to identify opportunities for, and to deliver redevelopment of, Guernsey's east coast between Town and the Bridge.
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of law that frequently arise in practice.
Ogier
Sales of builder-tied plots have long been a feature of the Guernsey housing market. They are typically sold to a buyer early on in the development either as an empty plot or...
Collas Crill
It is no secret that the island's property market has experienced an exceptional 12 months of activity. This reflects a trend that has been observed in markets worldwide.
Carey Olsen
Sales activity in the Guernsey Open Market last year was at its highest ever level, according to the latest conveyancing statistics compiled by Unusualities of Guernsey...
Carey Olsen
The retail sector in Guernsey is dynamic and diverse. Its roots can be traced back to the 1770s to a time when a syndicate of local merchants obtained an Order in Council to construct the Market Buildings...
Collas Crill
This Halloween let us take you on a journey. Sit back and close your eyes (please don't, read on)...
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of law that frequently arise in practice. Further guides will be released weekly; click here to subscribe to receive Collas Crill news and insights by email.
Carey Olsen
Sales activity on the Guernsey Open Market so far in 2021, is on course to top that of last year and the record high seen in 2006...
Ogier
No-one can predict the future, and it is foolhardy to try, but after nearly two years of the strangest of times most of us can remember, conversations are taking place among those in the Guernsey construction and property sectors.
Carey Olsen
A number of home owners have applied for Certificates of Lawful Use since they were introduced into Guernsey's planning system in May 2019.
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