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There may be good news in store for charities in England with listed buildings and/or buildings of special architectural importance.
The draft Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2014 are due to come into force in early 2014.
The government is currently consulting on draft regulations that will underpin the heritage elements of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013.
The Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Gabriel v Little addresses the question whether a solicitor provides ‘advice’ or ‘information’ and the scope of duty under SAAMCo.
Zara Banday, associate and real-estate specialist at Mills & Reeve, offers her top tips for buyers.
This is not the first time that England has faced social, economic and environmental challenges giving rise to housing need.
Insurers have resisted funding the contingency for high-risk properties, which has resulted in governmental persuasion through a series of pooling agreements with the ABI.
There have been some interesting Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) cases in the last few months.
A restrictive covenant is an agreement between two parties whereby one of the parties agrees to restrict the use of its land for the benefit of the other party.
VAT problems in store? download
Changes to the VAT treatment of self-storage facilities make it very important for landlords to know what use their tenants are actually putting their property.
Housings standard review download
This 10-week consultation runs until 22 October 2013.
Widening the net: Emptage v FSCS download
The Court of Appeal considered whether advice on an unregulated activity arising from a regulated activity was within the jurisdiction of the FSCS.
The long and winding road: Court of Appeal Victory for Mills & Reeve in SDLT shared equity case download
In 2006, a professor bought a house in London with assistance from the college that employed him. This was a ‘shared equity’ scheme, which Mills & Reeve helped to pioneer many years ago.
A landlord of an empty property may find himself or herself having to pay business rates.
For any right or easement to exist there has to be a dominant tenement and a servient tenement.
Changes to design and access statements came into force on 25 June 2013 via the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) (Amendment) Order 2013.
The plight of manorial rights? download
Manorial rights, such as sporting rights and rights to mines and minerals, are potentially valuable and continue to exist.
Converting offices into flats download
The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) Order 2013 has brought in various new permitted development rights.
In this context the law ignores the ownership of the water and concentrates entirely on the ownership of the land and the rights existing over it.
In 2006, a professor bought a house with assistance from the college that employed him. This was a ‘shared equity’ scheme that Mills & Reeve helped to pioneer.