The proposed mode of occupation is a factor to be considered
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: EG brings you the industry’s five biggest issues
Scheme near Moor shopping centre includes more than 2,500 sq ft of amenity space
Delivering inclusive growth today will require innovation and experimentation – and risk
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: One party is in exclusive talks to buy three state-of-the-art warehouses
Sergio Bucher says hard choices lie ahead as retailer seeks to define a new future for retail stores
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: He will discontinue the legal action that has been running for several years
Landlord’s solicitors misnamed the tenant when serving a section 25 notice.
Transport for London and Pocket Living are to build 125 affordable flats on sites across London
A challenge on the ground that the council had not held the entire decision-making process in public
CEG has submitted a planning application for a £79m redevelopment 0n Manchester’s High Street.
Directors of firm that managed UK estate of Abu Dhabi royal family suing Astrea Asset Management
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: 36 new entrants have launched in London since the start of the year
Regardless of the Brexit outcome, demand for high-quality rental housing isn’t going to evaporate
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Speakers at Expo Real tackle the big questions head-on.
The ground rent scandal can give rise to accidental ASTs with unexpected consequences
Theresa May has pledged to lift the strict cap on council borrowing for new developments
House in multiple occupation
House in multiple occupation
Firm to speculatively develop 625,000 sq ft in the Midlands’ Golden Triangle
Farmland, golf courses, car parks, playgrounds, parks and a quarry have qualified as village greens
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Do licensing schemes raise rented property standards or raise revenue for the council?
Savvas Savouri thinks the Brexit effect may have unexpected consequences for the UK currency
Adrian Dack offers an update on the now-mandatory code, which comes into force next April
After almost a century, the Law of Property Act 1922 can still catch out landlords
Rating – Non-domestic rates – Liability – Self-catering holiday cottages – Appellant challenging rem
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: The company achieved a pretax profit of £14.3m last year
Town or village green
Commons registration – Town or village green – Rectification of register – Appeal dismissed
Landlord and tenant
Landlord and tenant – Assignment – Consent – Appeal dismissed
Town and country planning
Town and country planning – Planning permission – Called-in applications – Appeal allowed in part
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Investors are bracing themselves for tax hikes in next week’s budget.
Move aims to expand JLL’s digital offering with new workplace management and IoT tools
Jonathan Seitler QC and Miriam Seitler debate failure to comply with a condition of a break clause
Director of development leaves to set up BTR Partners, a build-to-rent development and advisory firm
Deal or no deal, 29 March 2019 (“B-Day”) is looming large for the rural sector. The Agriculture Bill, introduced into parliament on 12 September 2018, has started to show the government’s hand, but the implications and opportunities of Brexit are much wider reaching than the proposed replacement for European Union subsidies. Our trading relationship with the […]
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Move is welcomed by the property industry
TCC permitted to stop insolvent firms from commencing Construction Act adjudications
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Data shows that just 42 out of 152 local authorities can keep up with demand
Prime minister’s proposed stamp duty hike for foreign investors into residential property slammed
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Looking for a freehold site near to Blackfriars Bridge and the Tate Modern?
The writing is on the wall for use of conditional fee agreements by surveyor expert witnesses
The move will allow chief executive Ian Sutcliffe to “focus long-term direction and strategy”
Key investment opportunities, connectivity, who to know and what to know in Belfast
But will proptech cause tension with employee monitoring and can the legal landscape cope with it?
Capital gains tax
Main residence relief