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Key developments in environmental law in 2021 and what to look for in 2022

As we move into 2022, we look back at some of the key developments in environmental law in 2021 and look ahead to what is coming up in 2022
28 January 2022

Automated Vehicles – the future legal framework is mapped out by the Law Commissions

The joint Law Commissions publish recommendations on legal reforms for Automated Vehicles. A new legal framework for approval and authorisation and Automated Vehicles Act is proposed
26 January 2022

Top ten immigration questions on moving to the UK from South Africa

An overview of the UK immigration options for individuals in South Africa
24 January 2022

The Move Towards Transparency in Financial Remedy Proceedings

In this article we consider the drive for transparency in the family justice system and the potential impact for clients on their privacy.

21 January 2022

Interim Repairs: Remedies and Relief

A review of repairing covenants in commercial leases and the allocation of liability, in the event of disrepair during the term of the lease.
21 January 2022

Looking ahead - the key construction finance trends all lenders need to be aware of in 2022

In this article we discuss the five hot topics that should be at the forefront of lenders’ minds this year
20 January 2022

A bumper year for Burges Salmon’s Corporate Finance team

Burges Salmon highlights the success of the firm’s Corporate team over the past year despite challenges posed by the pandemic
17 January 2022

Cynllunio a Phrynu Gorfodol: Beth sydd ar y gorwel yng Nghymru yn 2022?

Trosolwg o’r newidiadau cynllunio a phrynu gorfodol sydd ar y gorwel yng Nghymru
13 January 2022

Planning and Compulsory Purchase: What to look out for in Wales in 2022?

Overview of the upcoming changes to the planning and compulsory purchase regimes in Wales
13 January 2022

Government acts on its call for evidence regarding pensions tax relief administration

We take a look at the Government’s proposals in relation to net pay arrangements and what they mean for employers of the lowest paid
10 January 2022

Increase in Normal Minimum Pension Age: for the many but not the few?

Normal minimum pension age will increase to 57 in 2028.  We look at the latest proposals and ask what trustees can do now to prepare
06 January 2022

For we all like figgy pudding: new guidance on the treatment of loans secured on FIG

Professional bodies published a joint guidance on a change in HMRC’s approach to the treatment of loan collateral for non-doms who use the remittance basis
06 January 2022

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