Tomorrow's City | January 18, 2016

Our relationship with the built environment is changing radically and lawyers need to keep up

Helen Garthwaite was interviewed by The Law Society Gazette. Commenting on the role of lawyers, she said, “Residential properties built today will need to last 1,000 years, but the lifecycle of commercial developments is much shorter. This means that commercial property lawyers must respond flexibly to changes in the way we live and work, and the demands of government policy.”

Click here to read the full article as appeared in The Law Society Gazette on 18 January 2016.