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The Real Deal Legal Update
DEFRA has published package of proposals that look set to increase the liability of landlords for waste management operations carried out by tenants on their land.
Businesses should be preparing now for a year that will see pressure for increased transparency across various sectors.
Measures to boost housing supply in England are good news for owners of brownfield sites and commercial buildings suitable for conversion.
After the High Court in London refused a UK trade mark for the name CANARY WHARF, how can you protect the name of your real estate development?
The UK’s new Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Greg Clark, is an advocate of localism. Simon Ricketts discusses key policies.
Landlords should act promptly to comply with new UK Heat Network Regulations governing certain types of heating, cooling and hot water systems.
Use of village green law as a tactic to thwart property development is being reined in while new safeguards for community amenities are strengthened.
Attempts by Winchester City Council and a developer to revise a redevelopment scheme have come up against EU rules on public procurement.
From 1 April 2018, the regulations will make it illegal for a landlord to let out an F or G EPC-rated commercial building, subject to a few exemptions.
Details of energy performance certificates for non-residential buildings in England & Wales are to be published, unless owners opt out by 16 January.
CRAR (Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery) comes into force on 6 April 2014, designed to be fair to tenants, but will it be effective for landlords?