Welcome to the March 2015 edition of our Quarter Day newsletter.
Fladgate LLP Quarter Day March 2015
- Opposing a tenant’s 1954 Act lease renewal (Part 2) This is the second in a series of articles looking at the grounds a landlord can use to oppose a tenant’s lease renewal where the lease is protected by the terms of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. [more]
- CDM 2015 – Implications for developers The CDM regulations govern the management of health and safety during both the design and construction phases of a project. [more]
- Permitted development rights – more changes ahead? The last few years have seen a shake-up of permitted development rights by the coalition government aimed at introducing greater flexibility into the planning system and promoting growth. [more]
- Restrictive covenants Developers and landowners often find that development sites are subject to covenants which prohibit certain actions, such as use for a specific purpose, or the construction of or alteration to a building. [more]
- Electronic Communications Code latest The Electronic Communications Code (Code) was first enacted in 1984 to regulate the provision of landline telephones. Since then technology has advanced beyond recognition and the Code is no longer fit for purpose. [more]
Updates for real estate professionals