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To be or knot to be

Fiona Dreghorn |

Japanese knotweed is becoming an increasing issue in the UK and one that has the potential to leave a landlord’s property uninhabitable and/or ultimately unsellable if its encroaching presence is ignored. Fiona Dreghorn discusses the issues involved.

Fladgate acts on acquisition for London Executive Offices

Eddie Powell, Muhammed Bhaimohmed, Fiona Dreghorn, Gavin Whitney, Madeleine Holding |

As well as assisting London Executive Offices (LEO) with various asset management matters, Fladgate LLP is delighted to have been able to act on another acquisition for them, this time at One King William Street. LEO already had three floors in the building but has now added two further floors and extended the existing leases so […]

Fladgate advises Paul Smith on new store acquisition at Coal Drops Yard

Fiona Dreghorn, Stephen Lewis |

Fladgate LLP has advised British designer Paul Smith on the acquisition of a new store at Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross. Paul Smith is one of Britain’s foremost fashion designers, renowned for creative aesthetic, combining tradition and modernity. Coal Drops Yard is an upcoming new shopping development in the heart of King’s Cross. In October […]

Mines and minerals – what goes on beneath the surface…

Fiona Dreghorn |

Background It is not unusual to see an exception for mines and minerals on a title register for a property. This exception means that any mines and minerals lying underneath the property are not included in the registered title and, as such, the property. If you are told that this is the case for your […]