Real Estate and Construction Newsletter - October 2017
Welcome to the October edition of our newsletter.
Welcome to our October newsletter, bringing you legal insight into issues facing the property industry. We hope you enjoy reading our articles. Please do get in touch if you would like any further information.
Keeping control of your investment in the co-working boom
In recent years there has been a seismic shift in the office space market. In this article, we explore the legal implications relating to this rapid rise of co-working space.
Do you need a strategic partnership framework with a registered provider?
This article discusses the benefits for developers of entering into strategic partnership frameworks with registered providers of affordable housing to set the basis for successful development partnerships.
Permission in principle – eight things you need to know
We provide practical guidance on this new form of planning permission.
Dealing with trespassers: practical guidance for owners
Trespassers are an increasing problem for owners of vacant commercial premises, not only because of the costs and time spent removing them, but also due to the significant damage that they can cause. This article sets out some practical steps for property owners facing unexpected and unwelcome visitors.
BIM: legal issues
The Government has been a keen exponent of Building Information Modelling (BIM), requiring all Government projects to achieve BIM level 2 since April 2016. This article covers the risks of the new technology and the issues surrounding building contracts and intellectual property.
News & Insights
Decision No. 1 of 2018 - Licenses for Real Estate Developers, Brokers and Sales Agents
It provides the necessary detail to allow developers, brokers and sales agents to obtain the appropriate licenses.
Launch of the 25 Year Environment Plan: What do Developers and Investors need to consider?
“A Green Future – Our 25 Year Plan...” was published in January and is to be revised periodically over the next 25 years.
MEES – Will your property be lettable after April 2018?
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) will apply to private rented commercial and domestic premises from 1 April 2018.