QIA Summer 2022
23 / 06 / 2022
Quarterly In Advance is published by Wedlake Bell’s Real Estate Team for our clients and contacts in the property world.
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- ‘Dear Gemma‘ – Gemma Cook looks at how the Proceeds of Crime Act is being used by councils to deter breaches of planning controls.
- ‘Tenant or licensee – spot the difference‘ – Katie Willis analyses a recent case which helps to distinguish between a tenant and a licensee.
- ‘The Building Safety Act 2022‘ – following its Royal Assent, Natalie Pilagos, takes us through the final form of the Act.
- ‘Promotions‘ – We are pleased to announce that some of our team have been promoted.
- ‘The Building Safety Act 2022 Seminar‘ – come and join us for a breakfast seminar on the Act on 12 October.
- ‘Licence to Alter – Back to Basics‘ – George Cornell explains some things that either a landlord or a tenant might be thinking about when a party needs a licence to alter.
- ‘Doing real estate deals under the new register of Overseas Entities Regime‘ – Edward Craft and Gemma Cook explain the consequences of the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 as part of the UK’s response to the invasion of Ukraine.
- ‘The proposed infrastructure levy: the little we know so far‘ – The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill will change things and Tom Mouritz shows us how.
- ‘Refusal without a cause?‘ – Adam Colenso explains how a court will consider whether a party’s refusal of consent is reasonable or not.
- ‘Designing for neurodiversity‘ – Suzanne Gill explains why property owners and managers need to cater for ‘hidden disabilities’.
- ‘No fault divorce – a new dawn?‘ – getting a divorce has just been simplified, summarised here by Matthew Brunsdon-Tully.
- ‘Inflationary costs in construction projects‘ – inflation is soaring and that will affect projects. Sarah Elliott gives some tips.