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Charitable land – have you considered the benefits of voluntary registration?

United Kingdom - May 7 2014 Charities are significant land holders in England and Wales yet much of the land held by charities is still unregistered. This is because charitable…

Consultant insolvency: be alert

United Kingdom - July 17 2012 For those institutions carrying out building projects at the moment the recent news that the holding company of Currie & Brown was in administration at the time of its acquisition by Middle East-based consultant Dar Group raised fresh concerns that there may be more victims of this period of economic instability.

Ruth Phillips.

How will IT help your RE?

United Kingdom - March 12 2012 IT is revolutionising the way that buildings are designed and how they function, from the gadgetry of clear glass that can become opaque at the push of a button to sophisticated systems for heating and cooling all of which will help the UK achieve its sustainability targets.

Universities and enterprise zones

United Kingdom - February 17 2012 Universities could find that through partnering with local authorities and businesses, they can be at the centre of new economic growth in their communities. 

Proposed change to law regarding squatters

United Kingdom - November 14 2011 The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill, which is before the House of Lords at the moment, contains a draft provision (section 130) which, if enacted, will make squatting in residential property a criminal offence.