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.
In the third episode of ‘The Philanthropy Edition’ Alberto Lidji and Clare Stirzaker are joined by Ben Morton Wright, the founder, president and group CEO of Global Philanthropic. Together Alberto, Ben and Clare look at the importance of philanthropists considering the impact of their giving, the power of innovative thinking with charitable strategies and how we can encourage the giving dial to move.
Those Registered Overseas Entities (ROE) that were quick of the mark to register on or after 1 August 2022 will now be approaching 12 months from the date of their initial registration, triggering a 14 day period within which to renew their registration.
Landlords will be familiar with the current Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards that require landlords granting a new lease of commercial premises to hold an Energy Performance Certificate with a rating of E or above (or register a valid exemption). Senior Associate, Kate Symons signposts how this requirement will be extended as of 1 April 2023 to include all existing leases of commercial premises.
With the Register of Overseas Entities deadline looming, Real Estate, Senior Associate, Kate Symons provides a reminder on what is required before 1 February 2023 to avoid penalties and restrictions.
The Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 was passed on 15 March and is expected to come into force imminently. Partner, Laurence Morgan, Legal Director, Emma Haley and Senior Associate, Kate Symons outline the measures that the Act include to create a register of overseas entities that own UK land.
Regulations published in July 2020 include provisions that will give greater flexibility to property owners and occupiers to change the use of a property.
Duval v 11-13 Randolph Crescent Ltd  UKSC 18. The Supreme Court has unanimously upheld the Court of Appeal decision
The RICS has launched a new Code for leasing business premises (1st Edition February 2020).
The Tenant Fees Act 2019 took effect on 1 June. Kate Symons and Andrew Hindle explain what landlords and managing agents need to do.
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard Regulations (MEES Regulations) came into force in April 2018 aimed at encouraging landlords of residential and commercial property to improve the energy efficiency of their properties.
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) set out a minimum level of energy efficiency for private rented property in England and Wales.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.