Publications

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CPO compensation – how much will the landowner get? Keeping It Real Estate

If someone’s land is compulsorily acquired to deliver a public benefit, it is accepted that they should receive fair compensation. But what that “fair compensation”...

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Reacting to a CPO – what do you need to do? Keeping It Real Estate

In the second of our series on compulsory purchase, we turn to what you should do if your property is at risk of compulsory acquisition.

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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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Time to weed out knotweed – is Europe leading the way? Keeping It Real Estate

Are we overly cautious when dealing with Japanese knotweed? Are other countries more proportionate in their approach? And do we need a new risk assessment to better reflect the situation on ...

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Electric Vehicle charging – regulation that sparks a charge towards a better network Keeping It Real Estate

The UK government has published its Road to Zero strategy last year, paving the way for a significant expansion of both on and off-street electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities in the...

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Back to basics: what to do when you receive a break notice Keeping It Real Estate

In the current climate, all types of occupiers including occupiers of retail, office and warehouse space, will be considering their leasing requirements and looking to rationalise their...

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Opposing a lease renewal on redevelopment grounds – a helpful case for landlords Keeping It Real Estate

The case of London Kendal Street No3 Limited v Daejan Investments Limited (2019) provides some useful guidance on what a landlord needs to show in order to successfully oppose a...

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Section 21 is dead. Long live section 8! Keeping It Real Estate

The future of the UK rental market is emerging. The government wants views on its plans for removing the assured shorthold tenancy (AST) regime and bolstering the court process for gaining...

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Motive Matters … Can land owners rely on redevelopment plans to resist Code rights? Keeping It Real Estate

It has been almost 18 months since the new Electronic Communications Code changed the legal landscape for telecoms operators and land owners. At its core, the Code is a framework for...

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