In Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust v Hamshaw the EAT held that where a residential care home for vulnerable adults which had been operated by the NHS closed and the residents were returned to their homes and care transferred to two private sector care providers, TUPE did not apply.
This is entry number 258, published on 8 July 2011, of a blog on the Planning Act 2008 infrastructure planning and authorisation regime.
This is entry number 210, first published on 31 January 2011, of a blog on the Planning Act 2008 infrastructure planning and authorisation regime.
In the last year, Barts and The London Charity have pioneered a new constitutional framework for their charity by replacing their Section 11 trustee body comprising individuals with a corporate trustee taking the form of a company limited by guarantee.
Although it did not mention the Planning Act specifically, Wednesday’s Pre-Budget Report (PBR) had something to say about the funding of the projects that will come under the new regime.
On 1 October 2007, modifications to the rules governing loans and related dealings between a company and its directors or those of its holding company were brought into force.
A number of the key provisions contained in the 2006 Act will come into force on 1 October 2008.
One of the more welcome changes introduced by the 2006 Act is the removal of the prohibition on a private company giving financial assistance for the purpose of the acquisition of its own shares.
The Charity Commission published its general Public Benefit guidance in January 2008.
The President of the Employment Tribunals has stayed all existing and future claims that are based on the contention that regulation 30 of the Age Regulations (providing for lawful retirement at or beyond 65) is unlawful and against the true intent of the European Framework Directive on equal treatment, until the ECJ has ruled on the Heyday case.