QIA WINTER 2021
15 / 12 / 2020
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 Ben: Our resident agony uncle Ben Dunbar talks you through issues around pop up shops and restaurants;
- Time at the bar? Rob McKellar takes the hospitality industry outside;
- Signalling redevelopment: a recent case on telecoms masts and redevelopment analysed by Rebecca Bridgen;
- Are you liable if your staff or contractors are racist? Laura Conway and Emily Daly explain;
- Co-working – here to stay? Katharine Evans makes some predictions;
- Perplexed by planning law changes? Matthew Mainstone and Tom Mouritz guide you through the minefield.
If you’re missing our regular seminars while we’re social distancing, why not track down the Wedlake Bell series of podcasts? The Wedlake Bell legal podcast covers a variety of issues: QIA is probably biased but we think the two new podcasts in our Tomorrow’s City, Today’s Challenge series are well worth listening to.
Hear partner Suzanne Gill catch up with Graham Shone of the Estates Gazette to discuss his research into shifting working patterns and their effect on offices, residential and retail markets. The report itself can be downloaded here: Shifting-Working-Patterns-2020.pdf
Click here to listen to the podcast.