News & Insights
Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
Immigration barrister, Zoe Jacob has joined Boodle Hatfield from Farrer & Co. Her appointment as a Partner establishes a new immigration practice for the firm, further bolstering its stellar Private Wealth and Corporate offering.
Senior Associate, Sophie Henwood and Associate, Katherine Worrall reflect on how ‘Net Zero’ ambitions are creating substantial demand for ever more carbon efficient commercial property and providing opportunities for commercial landlords and developers.
In Estates Gazette, Senior Associate, Sophie Henwood, outlines how landlords could profit from tenants operating click and collect services, as the great return to the office continues.
Serviced offices have been all the rage for years now; consider WeWork, Regus and countless others. But Covid has exposed some key shortcomings.
PropTech is the technology that enables the Hub & Spoke Model; Flex Space; and Desks for Hire. It facilitates the better use and management of property.
As lockdown eases, attentions are again turning to the office. Huge questions remain about what “the return” is going to look and feel like.
On Wednesday 21 April, Partner, Navpreet Atwal and Senior Associate, Sophie Henwood hosted an expert panel discussion on drones and the opportunities this evolving technology will create for landowners, developers and investors.
In the last year, COVID-19 has fuelled a significant interest in life science-related real estate. Clusters of life science-related real estate have developed within the London-Cambridge-Oxford triangle and also in Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and Scotland.
Unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones, are set to revolutionise how we travel and how products reach their final destinations. Ultimately, it will redefine how we interact with our built environment.
There is a perpetual myth the construction industry trails other industries in the drive for modernisation. Whilst this may be true in labour and recruitment practices, it is not a universal truth.
It is worth considering firstly how drones are presently being used in the property sector, which in recent years has become widespread. A number of organisations have been successfully using drones for many years to conduct external inspections of property.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.