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Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s real-estate experts bring you the latest property law issues and provide action points to help you and your organisation.
When a planning committee is determining an application, the officer will write a report on which the members of the committee will rely for information and guidance.
If a limitation is to be attached to a planning permission, it must be by way of an express condition. A limitation cannot be inferred from the description of the development.
In Gallagher Homes v Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, the claimant’s sites for housing development were placed in the green belt in the local plan.
The Supreme Court has finally distinguished Beresford and given guidance on use ‘as of right’.
The new Planning Court, revised planning guidance, restated green belt policy and what constitutes a screening opinion
A new and specialist Planning Court is being created. It will open for business on 6 April 2014, as part of the High Court.
If an owner’s enjoyment of his land is interfered with, should court grant injunction to prevent the interference continuing?
This article arises out of the Supreme Court’s decision in Coventry and others v Lawrence and another.
Can a right to emit sound waves across another person’s land constitute an easement and can it be acquired by prescription?
The Supreme Court has decided ‘yes’ in relation to both of these issues.
Wragge & Co’s banking and finance team has assisted long-standing client Sanctuary Group in the securing of a £350m loan from the European Investment Bank.
The issue of whether an easement has been created on a sale off of part of a larger site, with the seller retaining the unsold land, has again come before the courts.
In R v Horsham District Council, Lindblom J considered the validity of a section 106 planning agreement that required a payment to be made by the applicant.
Finance companies are liable to the ultimate customer on the basis of joint and several liability with the supplier — and this includes in relation to fraudulent misrepresentations.
This briefing dicusses two cases involving an out-of-date local plan, a revoked regional spatial strategy and the National Planning Policy Framework.
Wragge & Co’s real-estate team has advised a consortium of developers on a major land purchase earmarked for the development of a new market town.
Protective costs orders (PCOs) are a mechanism whereby the court can impose a limit on the actual or potential costs liability of a party.
If a buyer is being induced to enter into a property transaction because of something which the seller has said or done, be sure to confirm the particular issue in writing.
A draft of the latest set of amendments to the CIL Regulations 2010 has been laid before Parliament. Wragge & Co lists a few of the proposed changes.
Wragge & Co is named a National Leader in the new Chambers UK 2014. The firm’s construction, employment, intellectual-property, planning and real-estate teams are all listed.