Mondaq UK: Real Estate and Construction
Hewitsons LLP
The Planning Inspectorate has considered what constitutes a "village" for the purposes of paragraph 145 e) of the NPPF in the context of a planning appeal in relation to an application for the construction...
Dentons
The government is under increasing pressure from the construction industry to deal with poor payment practices
Hogan Lovells
The issue of climate change couldn't be more topical. But what is "net zero carbon"? Is it just another buzzword and what does it really mean?
Dentons
Parties to a construction contract who have not been paid have a right to refer their payment claims to adjudication under the Housing Grants
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The demise of high street retail and the insolvency of household names, including Woolworths, BHS, and more recently Debenhams and Monsoon has been a real headache for property owners.
Dentons
Back in 2016, we commented on the first Asset of Community Value (ACV) case to reach the Upper Tribunal. The case concerned green belt land included in the 2009 Strategic Housing Land Availability
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The Court of Appeal recently provided – for the first time in decades – a useful summary on practical completion in the context of construction contracts.
Hogan Lovells
With health and safety in buildings under increasing scrutiny, we look at the legal requirements for health and safety files and provide some top tips for commercial property transactions
Hogan Lovells
Hogan Lovells recently represented the landlords in SHB Realisations Limited and GB Europe Management Services Limited v Cribbs Mall Nominee (1) Limited and Cribbs Mall Nominee (2) Limited
STA Law Firm
Renting property is a crucial and important part of a considerable number of people's lives. In the UK, just under 40% of people rent at this point in time, though only around 20% rent privately.
Hogan Lovells
Landlords will have to provide a good reason to evict residential tenants from now on, the government announced on 15 April, in a proposed major reform of the private rental market.
Hogan Lovells
Earlier this year, we blogged on the High Court decision of Mears Limited v Costplan Services.
Hogan Lovells
There has recently been a great deal of public concern over the putting up of nets in trees and hedgerows on development sites.
Dentons
Parties to a construction contract may allocate the risk of concurrent delay without being in contravention of the common law doctrine of prevention
Hogan Lovells
More people each year are turning to specialist retirement homes.
Giambrone & Partners
The announcement today by the European Parliament that British citizens will be permitted to travel without the requirement of a visa after Brexit opens the door for Britons to buy property in Italy.
Gowling WLG
The Proptech sector was predicted to have received US$4.6billion worth of funding in 2018.
Gowling WLG
In 2018, we reported on the Technology and Construction Court judgment (TCC) in Mears Ltd v (1) Costplan Services (South East) Ltd (2) Plymouth (Notte Street) Ltd and (3) J.R. Pickstock Ltd
Dentons
On 19 March 2019 the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee (Committee) issued its report on leasehold reform (Report).
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In a recent decision by the Technology and Construction Court (TCC), Judge Stewart-Smith has clarified the position when determining whether two adjudications are "the same or substantially the same"
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Duff and Phelps
This Autumn, the budget will be delivered earlier than usual, on the October 29, 2018.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
In a recent decision by the Technology and Construction Court (TCC), Judge Stewart-Smith has clarified the position when determining whether two adjudications are "the same or substantially the same"
Dentons
Back in 2016, we commented on the first Asset of Community Value (ACV) case to reach the Upper Tribunal. The case concerned green belt land included in the 2009 Strategic Housing Land Availability
Hogan Lovells
There has recently been a great deal of public concern over the putting up of nets in trees and hedgerows on development sites.
Verfides
The UK has a favourable tax regime for individuals who are non-UK domiciled, and this extends to inheritance tax (IHT).
Fenwick Elliott LLP
The construction industry enters 2019 a bit battered and bruised.
Dentons
Our latest briefing focused on UK construction disputes summarises recent changes to court procedure and news on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes.
Hogan Lovells
Earlier this year, we blogged on the High Court decision of Mears Limited v Costplan Services.
Hogan Lovells
More people each year are turning to specialist retirement homes.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The demise of high street retail and the insolvency of household names, including Woolworths, BHS, and more recently Debenhams and Monsoon has been a real headache for property owners.
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