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Rail lawyers from Burges Salmon have advised Groundwork Wakefield in connection with the completion of the lease to it of Wakefield Kirkgate railway station from Network Rail.
Planning and Energy lawyers from Burges Salmon have advised Snowdonia Pumped Hydro on its application to the Planning Inspectorate for a £160 million hydro-electric storage facility in Snowdonia.
Corporate lawyers from Burges Salmon have advised the shareholders of Orange Mountain Bikes (OMB) on the sale of the company to Bairstows, its main UK frame supplier.
In January 2014, ESC D33 was amended to cap the automatic exemption at £500,000 for payments where there is no underlying assets. A claim has to be made in writing to HMRC for the exemption to apply to amounts in excess of the cap.
In September 2014 administrators were appointed over Strada restaurants (trading under SSRL Realisations Limited). The restaurant was tenant of a unit in a shopping centre in Bloomsbury.
The Supreme Court has today decided that the cases of Sharland v Sharland and Gohil v Gohil (which were jointly heard by the Supreme Court in June 2015) should be re-examined by the High Court.
The latest version of the Pink Book, Burges Salmon’s famous legal 'bible' for landowners and farmers, is now available online for wide industry access.
Our Autumn newsletter covers the role of public interest in CPOs, material considerations and the TVG provisions of The Planning (Wales) Act 2015.
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