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London developers embrace the benefits of building up
Our second Building Up event looked at how new techniques and developments in the construction of tall buildings.
Transforming the high street - important changes to permitted development rights
We summarise some of the key changes to those with property, or who are operating businesses, on the high street.
Is it the end of the road for residential leasehold?
With the form of tenure under attack from various quarters, can it survive?
Enforcing repair obligations during the lease
Recently we've seen two court decisions examine the option of requiring a party to perform its repair obligations during the lease.
Adding storeys: is it easy to obtain planning permission?
Adding storeys to an existing building will generally require planning permission and may require other consents.
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 Landlords Take Note: The Government is Cracking Down on Letting Fees
The Act will have a huge financial impact on landlords' right across the residential sector.
What price for a rooftop? The powers of the new Code are brought home to landlords
EE Limited & Hutchison 3G UK Limited v The Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Islington
Do I hold sufficient interests to build on the roof?
Before starting on any development project, a careful check of the ownership and any relevant covenants and rights is required.