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The Homes and Communities Agency has removed the requirement for pre-emption rights to remain effective on shared ownership properties following final staircasing to 100 per cent ownership.
This article considers the scope of this rule and provides a checklist of the key points taxpayers should consider to benefit from this rule and avert future charges.
The most significant change introduced by the CDM Regulations 2015 was the creation of the new role of the ‘principal designer’.
The community right to buy introduced by the Localism Act 2011 is based on the concept of giving local people the opportunity to take control of assets and facilities in their neighbourhoods.
If you are a building owner or manager – of any type of building – you need to ask yourself two questions well before the end of this year.
Mark Vinall, partner in Winckworth Sherwood’s lease extension and enfranchisement team, has been nominated for ‘Solicitor of the Year’ at News on the Block’s Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards 2015.
In Southern v Britannia Hotels Ltd, an employment tribunal granted a significant award of £19,500 to a zero-hours worker who was subjected to harassment by her line manager.
In Williams and Leeds United Football Club the High Court considered whether the claimant was entitled to be paid 12 months’ notice pay, despite having been found by his employer to have sent pornographic images to three individuals five years earlier.
The recent Employment Appeal Tribunal decision in Henderson (‘H’) v GMB provides further guidance regarding discrimination or harassment on the basis of a ‘philosophical belief’...
The EAT gave the first appellate decision on the meaning of the words ’public interest, which were added to whistleblowing legislation in order to exclude whistleblowing complaints based solely on breaches of a worker’s own contract of employment.