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Developers should be fully aware of these neighbourly issues and risks, otherwise they could be faced with delays, increased costs and potentially an injunction.
Housebuilders, large and small, are all too familiar with the well-established ‘weapons of choice’ aimed at delaying or thwarting development.
To avoid last-minute hurdles, there are a number of points to be aware of during the development and plot sales process.
Many new developments include communal boiler systems or energy centres, which are used to supply hot water and/or electricity to individual homes.
Mrs Whiteley (the claimant) commenced employment with HMRC on 23 October 1978 and was still employed when this case was heard.
The EAT has considered whether the tribunal at first instance should have taken into account a claimant’s post-termination conduct when determining his award of compensation.
The EAT has held that where an employer has found an employee to have committed gross misconduct, it is not automatically reasonable to dismiss that employee.
Shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds has spoken at the Winckworth Sherwood private rented sector conference.
Under English law, all individuals have what is called a ‘domicile’, and not more than one domicile, at any one time.
The Equality Act 2010 contains comprehensive provisions in respect of long-service benefits.
A press release from Karen Cooksley, a partner and planning law expert at Winckworth Sherwood, was quoted in Inside Housing following Ed Miliband’s land grab proposal.
Winckworth Sherwood has appointed new partner Xuan Pollard to its corporate and commercial team.
Winckworth Sherwood has sponsored the pre-lunch drinks at the National Housing Awards 2013 at the Lancaster Hotel in central London.
The High Court has ordered some Formula 1 group companies and CVC Capital to give disclosure of documents, notwithstanding that they are not parties to litigation in which the orders were made.
Winckworth Sherwood has been appointed by Triathlon Homes as its lead law firm to manage the sale of new homes at East Village, the site of the former athletes’ village.
When a limited liability company fails and a director of that business continues to trade under the same or a similar name after its failure, there is often disquiet.
With the surge in social media use over the last few years, there has been an increase in the number of employment cases involving potentially offensive postings on social media sites by employees.
In the case of Toal and another v GB Oils, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decided that it does not.
Expressing offers to settle simply as ‘without prejudice’ or even ‘without prejudice save as to costs’ may not be sufficient to leave the door open for further negotiation.
In an ongoing shareholder dispute over control of the parent company of London hotels, the Court of Appeal has considered the effect of a good faith clause in a Shareholders’ Agreement to be minimal.