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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

Government's Air Quality Plan quashed – what are the implications for construction?

The High Court tells the government to move more quickly and take tougher measures to address poor air quality. What does this mean for construction projects?
29 November 2016

NEC3 contract notices: what to watch out for

In the second of the series of NEC3 articles we consider what you need to do to ensure notice is validly given under your contract.
29 November 2016

Autumn Statement 2016 – a mixed bag for real estate

Amid welcome measures to stimulate house building, there is disappointment that the Chancellor's Autumn Statement did not take the opportunity to remove barriers to real estate investment.
24 November 2016

Making rooftop solar PV simple

This briefing summarises a rooftop solar PV model that should be suitable for the majority of commercial property portfolios where the institutional investor wants to own the solar PV asset.
11 November 2016

What's the point of a written signature?

Signing contracts is pretty clunky. With fax machines relegated to basements and smart phones taking over the world, are e-signatures seeing an increasing (re)rise to prominence?
10 November 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon advises on Property Deal of the Year and named Property Law Firm of the Year

YTL's acquisition of Filton airfield heralded as Deal of the Year and Burges Salmon claims Property Law Firm of the Year for its work on the deal.
11 October 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon advises on Redcliff Quarter development

Burges Salmon has advised a joint venture – comprising Change Real Estate, Cannon Family Office and ICG Longbow – on the development of the first phase of Redcliff Quarter in Bristol.
10 October 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Bluefield on £217m solar portfolio refinancing

Burges Salmon has advised investment company Bluefield Solar Income Fund on the £217 million refinancing of a portfolio of solar parks onto a long-term whole-business style debt platform.
29 September 2016

IFRS 16 – avoid borrower defaults

Borrower debt levels are to increase following a change in accounting standards. What should lenders be doing now to avoid Events of Default being inadvertently triggered under facility agreements?
15 September 2016

Pokemon Go: legal implications for landowners and occupiers

So what is all the fuss about the current craze of Pokémon hunting, and why should landowners and occupiers, in particular, care about the new game? 
17 August 2016

Avoiding fraudsters in property transactions

The scale and sophistication of fraud committed via the internet is growing. Property transactions are very attractive due to the large sums of money which can be syphoned off through one alteration.
25 July 2016
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