Articles & Blogs Charities
Monday, 28 September 2015
Earlier this year we reported on the Government's response to the controversy surrounding 'aggressive fundraising'.
Currently many charities invest in common investment funds. These are collective investment funds that may only make their investments available to charities.
Thursday, 30 July 2015
The latest ruling in the decade-long dispute over the Will of Melita Jackson has seen the Court of Appeal award £164,000 to her estranged daughter, substantially reducing the amount receivable by three charities.
Articles & Blogs Charities Real Estate
Tuesday, 04 August 2015
The Localism Act 2011 gave parish councils and community groups the right to apply to the Local Authority for property to be designated as an asset of community value (ACV).
Tuesday, 28 July 2015
Few readers will have missed the sorry tale of Olive Cooke, the Royal British Legion poppy seller whose death hit the headlines earlier this year.
Articles & Blogs Charities Coronavirus (Covid-19) Real Estate
Wednesday, 29 July 2020
What are some of the practical considerations from a landlord/tenant perspective that charities should bear in mind when assessing whether their premises are COVID-secure?
Articles & Blogs Charities Independent Schools
Monday, 11 June 2018
Consultation on the green paper closed in December 2016. It wasn't until May 2018 that the government published its response. How is the independent schools sector affected?
The Charity Commission's guidance, 'The Essential Trustee: what you need to know (CC3)', has long been considered the starting point for individuals who are thinking about becoming charity trustees.
The Government's announcement may prompt charity tenants to re-evaluate their property needs and ask themselves whether they need the expensive office space they once occupied.