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Rethink on rules for sustainable drainage

The government is consulting on an alternative approach for implementing sustainable drainage systems (SUDS) and providing for their long-term maintenance.
02 October 2014

South west property tax taskforce launched

HM Revenue and Customs' HMRC has announced that a new taskforce has been launched in South Wales and the south west of England to tackle tax evasion and fraud on property taxes.
10 September 2014

Remittances of Loan Collateral

HMRC has changed how it treats loan arrangements for non-doms who use the remittance basis.
08 September 2014


Quaystone newsletter ; September 2014

In this month's Quaystone, we focus on unconventional energy and the challenges facing those keen to develop shale gas in the UK. 
27 August 2014

MeyGen announces funding for first phase of tidal renewable energy project

Long-standing Burges Salmon client MeyGen has secured the funding from The Crown Estate and the Scottish Government for the first phase of its Pentland Firth tidal renewable energy project.
22 August 2014

Minimum Energy Performance Standards for lettings – DECC consultation published

The Standards set out proposals for the minimum level of energy efficiency below which private sector premises may not be let to tenants after 1 April 2018.
23 July 2014

Skanska sells Cambridgeshire land for £35 million

Burges Salmon's Real Estate specialists have advised existing client Skanska on the sale of a significant development holding in Cambridge to developer Crest Nicholson for £35 million. 
15 July 2014


HS2: a new consultation on two cash alternatives for owner-occupiers

The government's consultation on 8 July 2014 outlines two cash alternative schemes for owner-occupiers to stay in properties affected by the construction of HS2 and to receive monetary compensation.
15 July 2014

New duty for residential landlords to check tenant’s immigration status

From October 2014, residential landlords who fail to check if their tenants have the right to live in the UK, before renting out their property, will face the prospect of fines.
14 July 2014


Checks or cheques Residential landlords' duty to check tenant's immigration

Residential landlords who fail to check if their tenants have the right to live in the UK before renting out their property may face fines. Our briefing looks at the new rules.
10 July 2014

The Spread of ATED: Property Taxes Extended

We examine the Chancellor's plans to extend his tax raid on property owners over the next two years, which bring more modest tax payers within his sights.
02 July 2014


Private Client Briefing - Summer 2014

Our latest update on the topical issues and legal developments for private clients.
02 July 2014
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