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Part 2 of the National Food Strategy: Making the best use of UK farmland

In this third instalment of our mini-series on Part 2 of the National Food Strategy, we consider Henry Dimbleby’s recommendations for the transition to sustainable farmland with a view to achieving the Government’s target of ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050
17 March 2022

Case study

The challenges of enhancing the value of rural land

We value working with clients to understand their perspective on important issues such as how to enhance the value of rural land in a world where Natural Capital perspectives are bringing new opportunities.

16 March 2022

Part 2 of the National Food Strategy: Reducing diet-related inequality

In the second part of our mini-series on Henry Dimbleby's long-awaited National Food Strategy Part 2, we consider the objectives to eliminate food inequality and considerations for the food industry
15 March 2022

Biodiversity Net Gain for Landowners and Land Managers

The live consultation on Biodiversity Net Gain gives landowners and land managers the chance to get up to speed with the direction of travel for this area, and consider what opportunities this presents for rural land
08 March 2022

When can similar fact evidence be relied upon?

A recent successful application by Burges Salmon’ dispute resolution team highlights factors considered by the English Courts when considering whether to allow similar fact evidence
31 January 2022

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

What is and what is not a proprietary estoppel claim? Earl of Plymouth v Rees and the limits of a claim in proprietary estoppel

The decision in the Earl of Plymouth v Rees proprietary estoppel claim summarises the applicable principles and shows the limits of proprietary estoppel as a cause of action
16 December 2021

It's all change for how employers manage tips

We consider the changes that employers might expect following the government’s response to its 2016 consultation on tipping practices
23 November 2021

What does Hirachand mean for 1975 Act cases?

Hirachand has attracted a lot of comment. We look at what it means for Inheritance (Provision for Families and Dependants) Act 1975 cases
22 October 2021

Press release

Burges Salmon marks UK's national Net Zero awareness week

The firm celebrates its ongoing commitment to the environment and to taking positive action on climate change as part of Net Zero Week, 17-23 July 2021
19 July 2021

Event

Webinar on-demand: Brexit: a month to go - issues for the Food & Drink sector

In this on-demand webinar, first broadcast on 1 December 2020, we discuss the key issues that businesses need to be aware of ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union
10 December 2020

Arbitrators’ mistakes – do major consequences matter?

Mistakes can happen in arbitration awards and the Arbitration Act 1996 contains a mechanism to correct accidental slips or omissions 

20 November 2020
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