Perspectives on infrastructure: Housing

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Compulsory purchase guidance: new advice from the Scottish government

New guidance from the Scottish government was published at the end of April 2018. We look at the key points.
23 May 2018

Crichel Down Rules: new case law guidance

The case of Charlesworth v Crossrail Ltd[2018] has offered new judicial guidance on the Crichel Down Rules. This new guidance is of importance to local authorities and landowners..

23 May 2018

Local Government Pension Scheme: exit credit changes to go ahead but New Fair Deal waits

This article looks at the responses to the May 2016 consultation on proposals to bring the New Fair Deal into the LGPS, as well as changes to the rules on the aggregation of service periods.

22 May 2018

Publication

Perspectives on infrastructure: Delivering the Industrial Strategy

Views from industry leaders and key decision makers on how the public and private sector can work together to deliver the government's Industrial Strategy.
21 May 2018

Blog

Fintech trends and updates

An update on the latest fintech trends, including cryptocurrencies, AI, open banking and PSD2.
21 May 2018

Acoustic shock: Landmark decision against the Royal Opera House

In ‘Goldscheider v Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation’, a violist has won compensation for irreversible ‘acoustic shock’ suffered during rehearsal.

18 May 2018

Water pollution regulation: new rules to prevent agricultural diffuse pollution

These regulations impose new rules on those in control of agricultural land with the aim of tackling pollution to inland and coastal waters.
17 May 2018

Press release

Burges Salmon advises on transfer of assets to the UK's new innovative research body UKRI

Burges Salmon has advised on the transfer of assets to United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
16 May 2018

Village green law: is land held for a statutory purpose protected from registration?

The Court of Appeal has decided when land can be registered as a town or village green by limiting the use of the ‘statutory incompatibility’ test. 
16 May 2018

Trusts Register: HMRC gives clarification on non-UK trusts holding UK residential property

HMRC has responded to STEP confirming that non-UK trusts with UK residential property via non-UK companies are not required to register information using the Trust Registration Service.

15 May 2018

Financial services, bribery and the adequate procedures defence

In light of R v Skansen, financial services firms should ensure that they have the adequate procedures and the required systems and controls to prevent bribery. 

15 May 2018

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Peter Hargreaves on £24m Goonhilly Earth Station investment

Burges Salmon has advised longstanding client Peter Hargreaves on his £24 million investment in Cornwall’s satellite tracking Goonhilly Earth Station.

14 May 2018
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