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Commercial Property News | 10th August 2023

The Rise of Sustainable Buildings

With apocalyptic warnings of the Gulf Stream collapse, which recent headlines indicate could be as early at 2025 without carbon reductions, it may seem impossible...

Tamzin Mandelli

Partner, Commercial Property
Residential Property | 1st August 2023

What to Know When Buying a New Build Property in...

Buying a new build property in the UK can be an exciting venture, offering modern designs, energy efficiency, and the opportunity to be the first...

Lawrence Stolworthy

Partner, Head of Residential Property

Renters (Reform) Bill- what are the proposed changes and will...

There has been talk for a long time about changes to renting. This year we have seen the Renters (Reform) Bill (Bill 308 2022-23 (as...

Lucy Penfold

Associate, Dispute Resolution

When cosmetic procedures go wrong – can you make a...

Cosmetic procedures have become increasingly common, but unfortunately, they do not always go to plan. If you have undergone a cosmetic procedure that has not...

Gerard Sanders

Partner, Head of Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence
Commercial Property News | 4th July 2023

Break Clauses in Leases – What do they do?

In leases, break clauses serve as crucial provisions that provide flexibility for both landlords and tenants. These clauses allow either party to terminate the lease...

John Guthrie

Senior Associate, Commercial Property
Family | 3rd July 2023

The benefits of having a prenuptial agreement: why every couple...

While a ‘prenup’ can be difficult to discuss with your partner, and may seem unromantic to factor into your wedding planning list, it's important to...

Sharon Powell

Partner, Head of Family
Commercial Property News | 22nd June 2023

Public right of way claims – what are they, and...

As a landowner, you may have heard of the term ‘public right of way’ and wondered what it means. A public right of way is an area...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property

When inheritance plans start leaking

With increasing rates of re-marriage and the resulting blended families, parents need to take action if they wish to protect inheritance for children from a...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates
Family, Uncategorised | 15th June 2023

Have you got a ‘pet nup’ in place?

As a nation, we love our pets, and with more than half of households in the UK owning at least one pet, pets are a...

Sharon Powell

Partner, Head of Family
Employment | 6th June 2023

How harassment hits both ways

Bullying has been hitting the headlines in recent weeks, demonstrating that no matter how high you fly, wings can be burned. These cases show the...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator