QIA Spring 2021
23 / 03 / 2021
Quarterly In Advance is published by Wedlake Bell’s Real Estate Team for our clients and contacts in the property world.
Please click here to read the digital flipbook of the full issue, or click the image below.
- Dear Ben – I’ve looked at my lease and do I really have to keep open for trade during a pandemic? Ben Dunbar has good news for retailers and restaurateurs.
- Restrictive covenants can prevent development, as Bath Rugby Club knows. Philippa Hallam runs through the court case about the Rec.
- Can live in guardians remove building owners’ liability for business rates? Rachel Fitzgerald counsels caution.
- Conflicting planning permissions – Tom Mouritz explains how to juggle multiple permissions on one site.
- Are dilapidations subject to VAT? Adam Kobeissi looks at recent guidance from HMRC which hints at a change.
- COVID has caused building delays which means claims under JCT contracts. Natascia Alden and Suzanne Reeve set out the key considerations for contractors and employers.
- As trouble on the high street continues, CVAs remain popular. Edward Starling examines whether a CVA is still a valid restructuring tool or does it just delay the inevitable.
- What is a green lease and what should be considered? David Johnston explains how to keep your investment valuable.
If reading isn’t your thing, a summary of the key articles covered in this addition of QIA will be available on the Wedlake Bell legal podcast. Download it from wherever you find your podcasts.
Click here to view a recent webinar Tom Allfree, Head of Residential Property and Camilla Wallace, Head of the Private Client group recorded with the Knight Frank Wealth Report research team on emerging trends in the real estate market.