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22 June 2018

Real Estate and Construction Newsletter - June 2018

Welcome to our June newsletter, bringing you legal insight into issues facing the property industry.

As part of our ongoing ‘Building Up’ campaign our Head of Planning, Claire Fallows, considers how emerging national planning policy will increase pressure on building heights and density. Furthermore in this edition, read about the latest case law, what the future is likely to hold for developer contributions and the first ever decision involving the use of emojis in a commercial context.

We have launched our ‘Building Up: Development Insight’ hub. Our hub draws together our experts’ insight and market intelligence in order to help you grapple with the challenges arising in optimising the potential of your development sites.

Please do get in touch if you would like any further information.

The only way is up? How emerging national planning policy will increase pressure on building height and density

The Government is targeting the construction of 300,000 net additional homes every year, but where should all the new development go?

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

In this article, we address refusing consent to assign following No.1 West India Quay (Residential) v East Tower Apartments.

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The Future for Developer Contributions

The Government has published its consultation document on reforming developer contributions to affordable housing and infrastructure.

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How to avoid :( when terminating a contract 

Read about the first case to involve the use of emojis in a commercial context.

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It’s Never Riparian Rights (Until it is)

Any landowner or developer whose property adjoins or contains a natural watercourse should be aware of the system of rights and obligations.

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For more information please contact Claire on +44 (0)20 7427 1046 or claire.fallows@crsblaw.com

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