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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…

John Galloway

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…

John Galloway

No notice needed

United Kingdom - January 6 2014 A New Year reminder that one small step in the long process of obtaining consents for underground oil and gas working in England will be removed next…

Brexit? What are the ramifications for the UK property sector?

European Union, United Kingdom - June 20 2016 In four days’ time, the UK will decide whether it wishes to leave or remain in the European Union, and with the possibility of a Brexit, there has…

Leaving the EU: opportunities and challenges in the property sector

European Union, United Kingdom - July 11 2016 On 23 June 2016 the UK public voted in a national referendum in favour of leaving the European Union. There was an immediate impact on financial…

Ann Stewart