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The new Electronic Communications Code – what does it mean for landowners?

The new Electronic Communications Code is designed to promote investment in communications and give greater freedom to operators. But how will it affect landowners?
21 March 2017

Renewable energy on farms

Renewable energy projects on farms have become increasingly popular. However, recent changes to planning mechanisms are limiting what farmers and landowners can do.
20 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Virgin Active on sale of 16 Clubs to David Lloyd Leisure

A cross-firm team of Burges Salmon experts advised on the sale, expected to complete in Q2 2017.  
13 February 2017

The housing white paper – worth the wait?

Will the government's long-awaited housing white paper help to solve the UK's housing crisis? We look at the implications for developers, planners and investors.
08 February 2017

Real Estate Disputes Case Review 2016

Our real estate disputes team looks back over the key cases that have been reported in the last 12 months.

21 December 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Piper and management on exit to Lion Capital in £137m transaction

Burges Salmon advises Piper PE LLP and management on the acquisition of Loungers by Lion Capital of Piper’s stake and a portion of the founders’ stake.
21 December 2016

Are smart contracts a real thing yet?

An update from the second R3CEV smart contracts template summit.
08 December 2016

What should landowners expect from the Electronic Telecommunications Code?

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at the new Electronic Telecommunications Code due to come into law in Spring 2017 and its effect on landowners.
07 December 2016

Construction contract drafting in a post-Brexit world: price fluctuation clauses

In the second of the series we look at whether price fluctuation clauses help the parties cope with the cost uncertainty of Brexit.
30 November 2016

Insolvency in construction: a contract toolkit

While post-Brexit data indicates that the economy performed better than expected in the short term, it is always prudent to assess insolvency risk. Here's a reminder of your legal defences.
29 November 2016

Construction and engineering Pre-Action Protocol – revised and revitalised

The second edition of the Pre-Action Protocol for construction and engineering disputes came into force on 14 November. It aims to create a more proportionate, quicker and cheaper process. 
29 November 2016

Corruption in construction – a warning

In light of Sweett Group's conviction under the Bribery Act's strict liability corporate offence, construction businesses must ensure that they have "adequate procedures" to prevent bribery.
29 November 2016
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