Mondaq UK: Real Estate and Construction
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Real Estate Partner Joanna Lampert debates the question of whether leases are a stitch up in favour of the landlord with Jonathan Seitler QC on "The Agenda" - the latest Estates Gazette podcast.
Wrigleys Solicitors
In this article, we look at the innovative solutions which community-led housing offers for young people having difficulties securing their own home.
Brodies LLP
With the growth of development activity, and related financing activity, by RSLs it pays to be one step ahead when it comes to future charging exercises.
Brodies LLP
Careful drafting is key when it comes to financial caps on liability provisions. These are often included in construction contracts (consultant appointments, building contracts and collateral warranties) ...
Brodies LLP
A recent case in the TCC found that a contractor's percentage assessment of the overheads on a project could not then be applied to their damages claim and recovered as an additional loss.
Travers Smith LLP
A right to light is an easement and a private property right. It gives the beneficiary a right to light through an aperture ...
Our spring 2018 round-up of articles written by colleagues in other UK practice areas highlights regulatory, housebuilding, planning, environmental ...
Wrigleys Solicitors
A new regime to be introduced under the Digital Economy Act 2017 will apply to electronic communications apparatus installed and retained on land. With the exception of certain transitional provisions ...
Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP
Reforms to the UK's Electronic Communications Code (the "Code") came into effect on 28 December 2017.
In November 2018 the Planning Act 2008 will celebrate its tenth birthday. Through the Planning Act a new regime for the consenting of nationally significant transport ...
What if you can't comply with an adjudication timetable and both the other party and the adjudicator refuse an extension?
Brodies LLP
On 10 April 2018, the Inner House issued a lengthy decision following a reclaiming motion in the case of SSE Generation Limited v Hochtief Solutions AG & Another.
Gowling WLG
The 2nd edition of the UK's only standard form Building Information Modelling (BIM) Protocol was published on 10 April 2018 following significant consultation with the construction industry...
Taylor Vinters
The Government's ‘once-in-a-generation' plans to shakeup farming could herald an uncertain future, warns Andrew Williamson, Taylor Vinters' farms and estates specialist.
Withers LLP
A judge in Cardiff has side-stepped the Supreme Court's view on appropriate housing provision in a 1975 Act claim.
Ropes & Gray LLP
The government has recently published its response to a call for evidence on the proposed UK register of beneficial ownership for overseas entities with implications for overseas entities that currently, ...
Clyde & Co
Employers' implied obligation to obtain planning permissions
Who knew Meat Loaf knew so much about real estate law?
The research highlights the ongoing attraction of European Real Estate to international investors.
Brodies LLP
The concern that the commercialisation of our cities is ignoring the importance of culture for the populace is nothing new – just ask the Situationists.
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Goodman Derrick LLP
If so, make sure you have understood your obligations under the lease.
In April 2017 the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy issued a call for evidence on proposals for a register of beneficial owners of overseas entities that own property in the UK (see update).
Clyde & Co
Judge holds that insurers can pursue subrogation claim against sub-contractor on a project.
Wright Hassall LLP
On Monday 5 March, Dominic Raab, the Housing Minister, announced changes to permitted development rights which will allow up to five new homes to be built ...
At MIPIM we hosted events with Cities ranging from Belfast to Berlin, from Manchester to Stockholm and Barcelona.
Gowling WLG
Insolvency is high on the agenda in the construction industry.
What if you can't comply with an adjudication timetable and both the other party and the adjudicator refuse an extension?
4 New Square Chambers
It is common practice in various industries (particularly the construction industry) for parties to agree that specified loss or damage will be covered by insurance obtained for the parties' mutual benefit ...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
A company voluntary arrangement (CVA) is, provided the voting thresholds are met, a binding agreement made between a company and its creditors, designed to compromise a company's obligations to its creditors.
Clyde & Co
Judge holds that insurers can pursue subrogation claim against sub-contractor on a project.
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