The professional indemnity insurance market for solicitors has, within a few years, become the preserve of stable, ‘rated’ insurers, premiums have fallen, and for smaller firms the…Read More
Planning Applications – Strategy and Audits Articles
The local government machinery responsible for the delivery of planning permission can be unwieldy and difficult to navigate. Our specialist team of planning lawyers has worked within local authorities and is best placed to make this process as painless as possible.
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive allows firms to take a more nuanced approach to assessing the risks posed by PEPs, explains Michael SinhaRead More
Planning experts react to today's landmark Supreme Court judgment, which has asserted that the phrase 'relevant policies for the supply of housing' in paragraph 49 of the NPPF only…Read More
The Winter 2017 In Counsel featured the first article in our three part series on the issues surrounding surplus premises. It looked at moving on and ending the lease relationship.…Read More
Often landlords and management companies use the repairing covenant in their leases to justify invoicing tenants through the service charge for the replacement of items that are not…Read More
What are the Government's plans to fix our broken housing market, and will they work?Read More