Sarah Morley quoted by Estates Gazette on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in TFS Stores v Designer Retail Outlet
Sarah Morley has been quoted by Estates Gazette on the implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision in TFS Stores v Designer Retail Outlet, and BMG Ashford on contracting out (subscription required).
Jennifer Berritt and Lauren Kelly write for P3 Pharmacy on The Lease Code and looking for better lease terms
The Lease Code published by The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors took effect on 1 September 2020.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises on the sale of No.1 Lounges Ltd to SwissportALD
SwissportALD will run nine No.1 Lounge properties at the UK’s London Heathrow, London Gatwick, and Birmingham airports.
Property Patter: The Electronic Communications Code – what are the current issues with negotiating telecoms agreements?
We discuss some of the practical issues arising out of the Electronic Communications Code.
Later Living: The rise of retirement villages
As the over 65 years population continues to rise and retirement living grows, what does this mean for lenders?
Mind the Gap: Top 10 Tips where there is Unregistered Land between Adopted Highway and Development Land
Providing you with the top ten tips of Unregistered Land between Adopted Highway and Development Land - what should you know?
Changes to Right to Rent Checks from 1 July 2021
Following the UK’s departure from the EU, the right to rent checks grace period of six months will end on 30 June.
Michael Powner and Laurence Whymark write for The Caterer on the implications of the new tipping laws on the hospitality industry
Operators will soon have to pass on tips to staff without deductions.
Property Patter: the news so far on landlord challenges to retail CVAs
We review some of the recent high-profile landlord challenges to tenant CVAs,
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Avicenna Group on duo of pharmacy group acquisitions
The acquisition takes Avicenna to a total of 135 pharmacy branches.
Property Patter: what’s the latest in the world of Essential Residential?
How is commonhold going to be encouraged and will ASTs ever return to a straightforward 2 month termination process?
Planning Gateway One to introduce new fire safety requirements for high rise residential buildings
The government is introduce a number of new requirements to the planning system - read what the requirements will mean here.
Mock Conference with Counsel
An authentic insight into common challenges facing developer clients.
Charles Russell Speechlys have advised Taylor Wimpey UK Limited and Vistry Homes Limited, on the disposal of their interest in the Cambourne Business Park
The £12m land was originally designated as part of an employment zone in the new town, but will now be promoted for 275 residential units.
Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.
Property Week, Estates Gazette, Property Funds World and Property Magazine International feature the firm's role advising RE Capital on its acquisition of Albion House
RE Capital acquired Albion House at 20 Queen Elizabeth Street in Southwark, London, from Peabody for £15.05m.
The Devil is in the Detail: Top 10 Tips with Overage Agreements
Providing you with the top ten tips with overage agreements - what should you know?
All change for residential tenancy notice periods: Are these the final modifications?
Reviewing the latest amendments of the The Coronavirus Act 2020.
Property Patter: the basics of settlement offers
Settlement offers are often a sensible route for trying to settle disputes.
Liability for costs of repair (City of London v. Leaseholders of Great Arthur House)
Oliver Park writes an article for Lexis®PSL on a property dispute case.
Claire Fallows quoted by Building Projects, Building Construction Design, Housing Management & Maintenance and Housebuilder & Developer on the government’s proposals to reform the planning system
“The reality is it will take years to pass the necessary legislation to transition to a new system and to bring new plans into effect."