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HM Treasury announces pre-qualified projects for major infrastructure guarantee

United Kingdom - October 25 2013 This week the Chief Secretary to HM Treasury, Danny Alexander MP, announced that forty major infrastructure projects in the UK have ‘pre-qualified’…

Stephen Hubner

I do like to be beside the seaside - Court of Appeal overturns a ruling and allows common land registration at the foreshore

United Kingdom - April 17 2013 On 27 March 2013 in the case of R (Newhaven Port and Properties Ltd) v East Sussex County Council and another [2013] EWCA Civ 276 the Court of Appeal…

Stephen Hubner

Is the code finally broken? Law Commission recommends reform to the regime for telecoms operators and landowners

United Kingdom - April 5 2013 The Law Commission has recently published a report recommending a new approach to the Electronic Communications Code - the statutory regime which…

Stephen Hubner

Passing the buck: consents for assignment and getting it right

United Kingdom - August 31 2012 The recent High Court case of E.ON UK Plc v Gilesports Limited is a convenient reminder that adequate consents for assignment must be sought from all the relevant interest holders in leasehold premises.

Take two: high speed rail is given the green signal

United Kingdom - January 31 2012 On 10 January 2012 the Secretary of State for Transport on behalf of the Department for Transport (DFT) announced that approval has been given by the Government for the construction of the new high speed rail link between London and Birmingham.

Kathleen Fitzgerald