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Retail tenants should check the small print

As a fresh wave of lockdown measures cut across the UK, retail tenants may be experiencing new concerns about how to pay the rent, but...

Anne Bridger

Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 23rd September 2020

Break Clauses – a costly mistake?

With changing times, property needs are also changing and some tenants are looking for ways to exit their lease early. Sometimes it is a matter...

Tamzin Mandelli

Partner, Commercial Property

Commercial Leases and the Coronavirus Act 2020

As well as various financial measures the Government has also sought to alleviate the problems of businesses during the current lockdown with specific legislation relating...

Simon Wood

Barrister, Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Commercial Property | 1st April 2020

COVID 19 – What happens to the rent?

The impact of the Covid-19 virus is unprecedented.  Businesses have suddenly lost their income stream from locked down customers. If they are not doing it...

John Guthrie

Associate, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 26th March 2020

Accepting change in unprecedented times

I am continually hearing that we are living in unprecedented times.  This is certainly true.  As we all made a resolutions at the start of...

Tamzin Mandelli

Partner, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 27th November 2019

Commercial Landlords be wary – agreeing to alterations produces problems.

It is not enough for a landlord to have a well written lease which imposes multiple obligations and penalties on a tenant. The landlord must...

John Guthrie

Associate, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 9th April 2019

Brexit: maddening but not frustrating when it comes to contracts

Brexit may be maddening for business, communities and even the politicians in the thick of it, but in all the uncertainty, one thing seems certain,...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 19th March 2019

Are we witnessing the death of the UK high street?

Since the turn of the century, people’s shopping habits have changed dramatically and high street shops have struggled to change with them. More and more...

Matthew Winterbottom

Solicitor
Commercial Property | 20th February 2019

Residential properties owned by companies – ATED – Annual Tax...

ATED is an annual tax payable mainly by companies that own UK residential property. Until 1 April 2016, ATED was only applicable to residential properties...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 4th February 2019

When is a door not a door? – When it’s...

When is an accessway not an accessway? When it looks like an access but you have no rights to actually use it. It is not...

Tamzin Mandelli

Partner, Commercial Property

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