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Landlords: New Electricity Regulations. Are you up to speed?

June 26 2020 The regulations apply to all private rented sector properties (including HMOs) in England…

Mounting delays at the Land Registry cause application chaos - what can be done?

April 28 2021 Delays to processing times of applications at the Land Registry have been wreaking havoc in the property market, with our firm seeing a surge in…

How do I fix a mistake at the Land Registry?

February 21 2022 The Land Registry completed an average of 1.7 million applications a month between October and December 2021, so it’s not surprising that sometimes…

LONG READ : Permitted Development. Upward extensions. The rules.

August 28 2020 The Government has introduced several new permitted development rights to allow upwards extensions to various existing properties including houses…

Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. PD Rules, or does it?

May 29 2019 New regulations which, amongst other things, introduce new permitted development rights to allow shops, hot food takeaways, betting offices, pay day…

Sustainability Series - Why are “Green Leases” so important?

April 3 2022 In recent years, the effects of climate change on existing and future buildings have become more apparent. With real estate being…

COVID-19: Rent Arrears - An Introduction to The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022

March 24 2022 On 25 March 2022 there is due to come into force the new Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 (“the Act”). The Act will replace the existing…

Sustainability Series: Future Proofing your Commercial Property Portfolio - EPCs

March 14 2022 Following the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard Regulations being implemented on 1 April 2018 (the 2018 Regulations), without…

How do I fix a mistake at the Land Registry?

February 21 2022 The Land Registry completed an average of 1.7 million applications a month between October and December 2021, so it’s not surprising that sometimes…

Building Safety Bill Update

February 15 2022 The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (the DLUHC) has set out details of the new laws it hopes to introduce to force the…