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Government Consultation – Transparency and competition: a call for evidence on data on land control
The government has published a consultation document “Transparency and Competition – A call for evidence on data on land control”, something which should be of interest to anyone involved in the promotion of land for development, whether landowner, promoter, developer or their advisers.
The Affordable Homes Programme 2021-2026
The Affordable Homes Programme 2021-2026 has been unveiled.
Jenrick unveils huge £12 billion boost for affordable homes
Housing Secretary launches new investment in housing to help the country build back better, including homes for social rent to help the most vulnerable.
Remember To Pass On Your Passwords!
In this digital age, most of us know that if we want to access our accounts, whether that’s for Facebook, Amazon, internet banking, etc. we have to put in our passwords or the extremely techie just require their face ID, but how many other people in your family know what these passwords are – other than you?
The Use Of Settlement Agreements Is On The Increase
Redundancy situations are often stressful and difficult. But getting the approach right from the outset will help.
Notices in Commercial Property
There are many instances in commercial property matters where a notice may need to be served. Particularly in relation to commercial leases these can be notices served by either landlord or tenant pursuant to statutory rights or obligations, or otherwise pursuant to the terms of the lease.
High Court rules in policyholders’ favour in landmark business insurance case
Today has marked a significant breakthrough for British Firms after the High Court ruled in favour of thousands of UK companies whose Covid-19 business insurance claims had been turned down in their time of need.
Land Registry Practice Guide 8 amended to further clarify electronic signature requirements and include example form of conveyancer’s certificate
The Land Registry (LR) has further amended section 13 of Land Registry Practice Guide 8: Execution of deeds (LRPG 8).
Land Registry Clarifies a ‘wet ink’ signature is always necessary for a Form LL restriction
Land Registry updates Practice Guide 19 to clarify that a ‘wet ink’ signature is always necessary for a certificate required for a Form LL restriction
Section 106 agreement did not bind subsequent section 73 permission (High Court)
This decision simply reiterates the need to engage panning specialists at an early stage and ensure direct communication between your team of planning advisers, solicitors and development team.