Sustainable Rural Estate Management: The Penpont Project
In this podcast, Charles Russell Speechlys Partner Christopher Page talks to members of the Hogg family about what managing the Penpont estate in a responsible and sustainable way means to them.
Listen for an insight into the thinking behind the Penpont Project – one of the world’s largest youth-led conservation schemes – and a modern take on the centuries old concept of stewardship.
Responsible Business Report 2021
Our annual report tracks our yearly progress and explains the targets and actions we've set ourselves to achieve positive social and environmental impact.
Marcus Stuttard will provide his unique insight and a "state of the nation" market update.
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
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
Environmental Land Management: Whose carbon is it anyway?
Everything you need to know about Environmental Land Management Schemes.
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.
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.
On the employment horizon – 2022
We set out some of the key changes we anticipate over 2022 in employment law, and how to best prepare for them.
Playing for time with lease expiry
Emma Humphreys explores time with lease expiry from the perspective of tenant and landlord.
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.
What artists need to know about law
What should artists consider when entering contracts, whether with galleries, museums or other parties?
The digital marketplace - an art law briefing
Has the digital art market grown up in the past 18 months?
Q&A: Delving into the definitions of landlord’s fixtures
Rachel Morrish and Nick Grant answer a question on what amounts to a breach of covenant in relation to landlord’s fixtures.
Diversity and Inclusion: Clear transparency?
This article focuses on the published its Consultation Paper on diversity and inclusion on company boards and executive committees in July.
ESG - do your priorities need to change with a changing landscape?
This article lists the forthcoming legislation and other initiatives which impact on public and quoted companies.