QIA – Autumn 2020
Welcome to the QIA Autumn 2020 edition. Contents Dear Claire – I understood why my tenant couldn’t pay rent in March and June, but now my patience is running out. Can… Read more →
GEAR CHANGE FOR THE GOVERNMENT, AND FOR DEVELOPERS.
WHAT IS IT? In May the government announced that £2 billion of new funding would be set aside for cycling and walking, representing a six fold increase in dedicated funding… Read more →
WHAT DOES NEW RCIS LEASING CODE MEAN FOR DEVELOPERS?
The new RICS “Code for leasing business premises 2020” has a good amount of publicity aimed at landlords and tenants. But what does it mean for developers? The first thing… Read more →
DEATH DIVORCE AND TAXES – CERTAINTY BECOMES MORE UNCERTAIN.
There is a wide Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) exemption for transfers which occur between spouses during the tax year of separation (which runs from 6 April to 5 April). Note… Read more →
Tomorrow’s City, Today’s Challenge
What’s it all about? The World Health Organisation predicted that by 2030 over 60% of the world’s population will live in cities. What will that mean for the built environment… Read more →
The logistics sector has boomed in recent years, no more so than during the pandemic which has fast-tracked the shift from “bricks to clicks”. Real Estate partners David Roberts and… Read more →
Sign of the times
Those of you tasked with completing real estate deals and executing deeds and documents during the Covid lockdown will be pleased to hear that Land Registry has finally taken a… Read more →
Front Office 2019- It’s all about “The People”!
FRONT OFFICE 2019- IT’S ALL ABOUT “THE PEOPLE”! People make up 50-75% of a business’s overhead costs. For those in services, like the financial services sector, it will be at… Read more →
COMPLIANCE 2019: ADJUSTING TO CHANGE
Challenges for the compliance function in a wealth management firm MiFID 11, Brexit, SMCR, GDPR and cyber security remain challenges for wealth management compliance teams but their role is also… Read more →
GDPR’s one year anniversary: experiences from the Netherlands, UK and Germany
In this webinar, three data protection lawyers from TELFA member law firms, will give an update on their experiences of the first twelve months of the GDPR and its enforcement… Read more →
Employment update – 2018 so far
Before the summer holidays get into full swing, we take the opportunity to revisit some important employment law cases from the first half of 2018 and look at the learning… Read more →