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Higher MEES on the horizon? Keeping It Real Estate

On 15 October, the government published a consultation on tightening minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) for commercial properties.

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High Court doesn't buy Debenhams CVA challenge

Today (19 September), following an expedited trial, the High Court rejected the application brought by affected landlords to challenge the CVA entered into by Debenhams Retail Limited.

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Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

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Raising living standards in rented homes Keeping It Real Estate

Did you know that prior to 20 March 2019 there wasn’t an automatic legal right for tenants to live in a home fit for human habitation? That is no longer the case following the advent...

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Second time around for RICS consultation on Lease Code Keeping It Real Estate

In our blog on 4 April 2018, we encouraged interested parties to input into the RICS consultation on its professional statement, Code for leasing business premises, 1st edition. With the...

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Event fees in retirement homes: the next step Keeping It Real Estate

More people each year are turning to specialist retirement homes. Typically, a resident will purchase a long lease for a capital sum but these long leases can also require the owner to pay...

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Real Estate Quarterly Spring 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

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Real Estate Quarterly - Winter 2018

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:

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No quick fix for a broken housing market – government consults on leasehold reform Keeping It Real Estate

We blogged previously about the government’s proposed reforms banning the granting of new residential long leases of houses and setting ground rents at a notional figure. The...

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