Real Estate Gazette — issue 16, spring/summer 2014
Welcome to issue 16 of DLA Piper’s Real Estate Gazette. In the spring/summer 2014 edition, the firm focuses on infrastructure and its importance to the real-estate industry and real-estate development around the world.
- The movement of Asian capital into UK infrastructure projects
- New tax measures to assist foreign and domestic investors in infrastructure
- The new ‘rocket’ procedure speeds up complex projects in the Flemish region
- Issues in the infrastructure tendering process
- Time and cost overruns in large-scale construction projects — the German perspective
- The importance of infrastructure development and real-estate investment in the Middle East in anticipation of World Expo 2020 and the FIFA World Cup 2022
- Infrastructure development costs — Norwegian tax treatment
- New opportunities for developing privately funded infrastructure in Romania
- US infrastructure crisis — could the international model help?
- Practical aspects of removing tenants under commercial leases in France
- New legislation to encourage the development of sports facilities
- A national law to govern the use of undeveloped land?
- Ownership verification of real-estate assets under AIFMD
- Securing title to sites for wind turbine projects
- Real-estate investment trends in Portugal
- The effect on landowners and occupiers of the statutory revision of cadastral land values
- Interest in the hotel industry brings new life to the Spanish market
- New provisions on lease termination in the Turkish code of obligations
- UK Supreme Court decision and its impact on property injunctions
- A new Scottish property transactions tax
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