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JCT 2016 suite of construction contracts – 18 months on

18 months since JCT released the newest edition of its standard form suite of construction contracts we provide an overview of the JCT 2016 and how it is being received.
11 January 2018

The new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017

Following the enactment of the Digital Economy Act 2017, the new Electronic Communications Code came into force on 28 December 2017.
05 January 2018

Warranty and indemnity insurance in the real estate sector

Warranty and indemnity insurance has become increasingly popular as a way to mitigate risks in transactions. The real estate sector is no exception. We provide an overview of the key features.
08 December 2017

Autumn Budget 2017: what are the implications for planning and CPO?

We consider the potential impacts of the autumn budget for planning and development, including measures related to housing, the community infrastructure levy and further reform of the planning system.
24 November 2017

Can you rely on the Law Society to “Find a Solicitor”?

Whether (or not) the Law Society owes solicitors and members of the public a duty of care when they use the "Find a Solicitor" website database will be the subject of a public trial.
24 November 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon named Property Management Legal Advisory Firm of the Year

Property Week Management All-Stars celebrate excellence across all segments of the management of real estate.
07 November 2017

How does the government propose to plan for the right homes in the right places?

The 'Planning for the right homes in the right places' consultation closes on 9 November. Here are the headlines for developers, landowners and local authorities.
17 October 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advised Anesco on UK's first subsidy-free solar farm

Anesco’s Clayhill solar farm and energy storage facility will generate enough electricity for around 2,500 homes and save 4,452 tonnes of carbon.
29 September 2017

Will landlords have to police tobacco duty evasion by tenants?

One of the more unlikely government consultations this year has been the one proposing that landlords should take responsibility for preventing tobacco and other excise duty evasion at let property.
28 September 2017

VAT on the conversion of partly non-residential buildings

Subject to any further appeals, zero-rating for VAT purposes will not apply to the sale of new dwellings that are created from the non-residential and residential parts of the original building.
28 September 2017

Proposed Beneficial Ownership Register of overseas entities owning UK land

Overseas entities may have to provide details of their beneficial ownership for a public register at Companies House in order to acquire or dispose of UK real estate or bid for government contracts.
03 August 2017

Special protection for retail premises in London?

Over the last year, there has been a noticeable change in the protection offered to retail premises in London. We provide a summary of the key changes to the planning regime and their impact.
03 August 2017
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