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'Presumption in Favour of Sustainable Development' - How Far Does the 'Golden Thread' Run?

Monday, 17 July 2017

Does the 'presumption in favour of sustainable development' run throughout the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), to the extent that it can never fully be discounted in planning decision-taking?

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Assured Shorthold Tenancies for Schools - What You Need to Consider

Monday, 03 July 2017

Changes to the law in October 2015 apply to Assured Shorthold Tenancies (ASTs), which often affect employees living on site.

Assured Shorthold Tenancies for Schools - What You Need to Consider

Blogs Independent Schools Property

Capital Projects and Letters of Intent - the Risks to Avoid

Friday, 23 June 2017

What should you be doing to make the construction process as smooth and timely as possible?

Capital Projects and Letters of Intent - the Risks to Avoid

Blogs Property Public Sector

When is Development Within the 'Setting' of a Heritage Property?

Monday, 03 July 2017

The phrase "[this house] is considered one of the finest houses of its period in the country" ought to ring alarm bells when an application for housing development is made, especially when applied to a Grade I listed, C18th Palladian Mansion.

When is Development Within the 'Setting' of a Heritage Property?

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Landowners - Have You Registered Your Land?

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The system of land registration in this country was introduced in 1925. Different parts of the country became compulsorily registerable at different times and it was not until 2003 that it became compulsory for the whole country.

Landowners - Have You Registered Your Land?

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A Brush with the Law - Painted Properties and the Planning Acts

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Can your local planning authority compel you to repaint a 'garish' property?

A Brush with the Law - Painted Properties and the Planning Acts

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Can You Own a River Bed Simply by Mooring Your Boat?

Thursday, 18 May 2017

You might know a bit about the law of adverse possession, otherwise known as 'squatters' rights'.

Can You Own a River Bed Simply by Mooring Your Boat?

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Construction Law Update - NEC Kids On The Block

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Hot on the heels of the new suite of JCT Contracts that were released steadily over the course of the last year, an updated suite of New Engineering Contracts (NEC) have just been announced and are set to be released this summer.

Construction Law Update - NEC Kids On The Block

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Licences for Occupation - Is Your Licence Agreement Actually a Lease?

Thursday, 27 April 2017

A ruling in the recent case of Camelot Property Management Limited and another v Roynon is likely to have significant...

Licences for Occupation - Is Your Licence Agreement Actually a Lease?

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Should I Purchase my Commercial Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)?

Thursday, 27 April 2017

The decision whether to own or rent your premises depends on countless factors, and you may well have a strong opinion as to which is better for your business.

Should I Purchase my Commercial Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)?

Blogs Pharma & Life Sciences Property

Director Ends Up Personally Liable After Unclear Contract Conditions - What You Need to Consider When Drafting a Contract

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

One of the key points in any contract is to identify who are the parties to the contract. In this case, it all went horribly wrong for the director, as he ended up personally liable.

Director Ends Up Personally Liable After Unclear Contract Conditions - What You Need to Consider When Drafting a Contract

Blogs Healthcare Property

NHSPS Lease Regularisation Programme and Increased Service Charges

Tuesday, 02 May 2017

Many GP practices around the country occupying buildings owned by NHS Property Services Ltd (NHSPS) have received updated NHSPS Charging Schedules, dramatically increasing their property costs.

NHSPS Lease Regularisation Programme and Increased Service Charges

Blogs Healthcare Property

Should I Purchase My Dental Surgery Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension?

Monday, 20 March 2017

The decision whether to own or rent your premises depends on countless factors, and you may well have a strong opinion as to which is better for your practice.

Should I Purchase My Dental Surgery Premises Through a Self-Invested Personal Pension?

Blogs Healthcare Property

When Do You Need a Lease of Your Surgery?

Thursday, 02 March 2017

The question of when a GP partnership should put a lease of the surgery in place comes up frequently, usually where the makeup of the group of partners (or former partners) who own the surgery is not the same as the medical partners.

When Do You Need a Lease of Your Surgery?

Blogs Healthcare Property

Third Party Occupiers Within GP Surgery Premises

Thursday, 02 March 2017

Letting out a room in your surgery can help generate income and improve the services available to patients. Many GPs, as well as other healthcare professionals do this frequently and there are important considerations to bear in mind before letting a TPO.

Third Party Occupiers Within GP Surgery Premises