Helen Coward quoted by Construction News and eprivateclient on the Residential Property Developers Tax
Helen Coward has been quoted by Construction News and eprivateclient on the Residential Property Developers Tax. Read more below (subscription required).
UK Construction Law Update: What Happened in 2021? What can we expect in 2022?
The panel will cover a number of key construction law topics to ensure you stay in the loop
A guide to buying residential property in England
An overview of the conveyancing process when acquiring residential property as well as some key points to consider.
To flex or not to flex: comparing traditional offices with flexible office space
Restrictive Covenants Declaration that a restrictive covenant is no longer enforceable
Emma Preece explores restrictive covenants.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Topland Group on two key transactions
Topland Group is one of the largest multi-billion pound, privately owned investment groups.
Property Patter: What can the property world expect from Parliament and the courts in 2022
What’s ahead in the world of property law during 2022
Top 10 Tips for dealing with Easements
Everything you need to know about dealing with Easements.
The changing leasehold landscape: Government consultation on reforming the leasehold and commonhold systems in England and Wales
Lauren Fraser and Laura Bushaway explore the changes occurring in the leasehold landscape process.
Michael Gove’s Letter to Residential Property Developer Industry to Fund Unsafe Cladding Remediation
James Souter quoted by Estates Gazette on the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn the Gala Unity decision
Leaseholders who acquire the right to manage a building are not exempt from paying for shared services if part of a larger estate.
Laura Bushaway writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on property guardians and ASTs
Laura Bushaway considers property guardians and possession proceedings.
The green lease: back for good?
Emma Humphreys and Phil Webb look at the growing interest in green lease clauses.
Expert Shopping – Seeking to rely on a new expert
A practice known as expert shopping may see the court order the disclosure of the previous experts.
A not-so-festive period for hospitality: Government delivers funding to local authorities as hospitality industry suffers Christmas losses.
The pandemic’s 'depressing' impact – early signs of the courts’ approach to determining rent
Playing for time with lease expiry
Emma Humphreys explores time with lease expiry from the perspective of tenant and landlord.
New Year, New Code! The New Homes Quality Code has been published.
Top 10 Tips: Terminating agricultural tenancies affecting development land
Everything you need to know about Terminating agricultural tenancies affecting development land.
The government’s Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill and revised Code of Practice
Emma and Laura explore the government's new Code of Practice for commercial property relationships.
Q&A: Timely guidance on service charges
Emma Preece and Brooke Lyne find that a recent Court of Appeal decision offers timely guidance on residential service charge matters.