Claire Fallows and James Souter write for Estates Gazette on the findings from the Firm’s Skyscraper vs Groundscraper report
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s will be holding their London Core Conference & Networking Reception 11-12 November, read more here.
The road to net zero begins with data.
What to do with all this space? Re-purposing hospitality and retail property
Dilapidations: the law and the reality
Emma Humphreys outlines how the Dilapidations Protocol and related guidance applies in practice.
Trailblazing: how London became the highest ranked European city for private capital property investment
Property Patter: Just how protected are Rent Act and Assured Tenants?
Landlords of residential property can still come across Rent Act and Assured Tenancies.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Silbury Finance on a £35m facility to a Jersey unit trust to finance the development of a 89 unit retirement living village in Tunbridge Wells, Kent
The joint venture will finance the development of a 89 unit retirement living village in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Lydia O'Hagan quoted by Property Week on whether the era of tall buildings in the capital is coming to an end
Is the era of tall buildings in the capital coming to an end?
Court of Appeal leaves rights of light in the dark
Lauren explores the impact of no appeal for Beaumont v Florala.
Commercial Pandemic Rent Arrears - Update
Reem Al Mahroos
Frequently Asked Questions: Hotel Franchise Agreements
What is a franchise agreement and what are the differences between it and a Hotel Management Agreement (HMA)?
Judicial Review Reform
Judicial review is a mechanism available to various interested parties to challenge the legality of decision made by a public body.
Ingrid Saffin writes for Property Week on green leases and their role on the journey to reaching net zero
COP26 has brought into sharp focus the gap between promises to limit environmental damage and real action.
Building Fire Safety Update: in the wake of the Hackitt Report
Find out more on the Building and Fire Safety update.
Government refuses planning permission for controversial Tulip tower
Top 10 tips on negotiating Section 106 Obligations for developers and landowners
Everything you need to know on negotiating Section 106 Obligations for developers and landowners.
Lydia O'Hagan quoted by the Guardian, Yahoo News and Property Week on the government's rejection of the Tulip tower plans
Plans to build a 305m-high tower in the City of London have been rejected by the government.
Time is fleeting in professional negligence cases
Q&A: Rating rates mitigation schemes
Timothy Morshead QC and Joseph Green consider the likely success of two different rates mitigation schemes.
Tom Davies writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on authorised guarantee agreements
Tom Davies and David Holland QC deal with a landlord’s pressing query on authorised guarantee agreements.
COP26 and the impact on Property Finance
There is a strong focus on countries ‘building back better’ their economies through green, resilient recovery.