Real Insights - Property Update

Real Insights - Property Update

Issue 27
Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety

Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety

As a result of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and the concerns about safety in high-rise residential buildings, the government asked Dame Judith Hackett to conduct an independent forward-looking review of building regulations and fire safety.

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When scaffolding is too close for comfort

When scaffolding is too close for comfort

Mishcon de Reya's Chhavie Kapoor and Victoria Dacie-Lombardo offer advice for landlords and tenants whose businesses have been disrupted by scaffolding – who can be sued, and on what grounds?

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Mishcon de Reya recognised in list of top 20 law firms for planning

Mishcon de Reya recognised in list of top 20 law firms for planning

Mishcon de Reya has been recognised as a top 20 law firm for planning, in a list compiled by Planning Resource Magazine.

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Thinking differently about diversity

Thinking differently about diversity

Mishcon de Reya's Susan Freeman thinks differently about diversity in the property industry.

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Transparency update (March 2018): UK pressing ahead with register of beneficial owners of overseas companies

Transparency update (March 2018): UK pressing ahead with register of beneficial owners of overseas companies

As we reported in a previous Transparency update, in April 2017 the UK Government issued a "call for evidence" on its proposed register of overseas companies owning UK property.

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Changes to developer contributions: the sector reacts

Changes to developer contributions: the sector reacts

Proposals on developer contributions contained in this week's blizzard of policy announcements have prompted very different reactions from planning experts.

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Get Out of Jail Free? Grove Developments v S&T [2018]

Get Out of Jail Free? Grove Developments v S&T [2018]

The recent TCC decision has sent shockwaves through the construction industry.

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Company voluntary arrangements: the remedy 'de jour' for insolvent tenants

Company voluntary arrangements: the remedy 'de jour' for insolvent tenants

In the last month alone we have seen both the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) by the creditors of Carpetright and reports in the property press that Poundworld and House of Fraser are considering CVAs too.

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