Commercial Property | 23rd March 2018

Don’t get trapped – mind the gap

In the fast moving world of commercial property, and in particular business leases, deals are struck quickly, money changes hands, a new occupier moves into...

John Guthrie

Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 23rd March 2018

Touché – A fencing easement

We lawyers often come across fencing covenants in transfer deeds and conveyances, both old and modern. They usually provide that one party promised to maintain...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 23rd March 2018

Overage – Case review

Burrows Investments v Ward Homes – Damages for ‘hypothetical bargain’ In this case, a developer in breach of an overage agreement has been held liable...

Tamzin Mandelli

Associate, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 23rd March 2018

MEES: Final Countdown – Commercial Properties

A reminder that from 1 April 2018, commercial property landlords granting new leases of energy inefficient properties could be liable for hefty fines of up...

Anne Bridger

Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 15th December 2017

Investing in commercial property – The pros and cons compared...

Some investors will have been looking at commercial property, either for the first time or with a new eye as a result of the recent...

Roderick Campbell

Partner, Head of Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 15th December 2017

Calling all tenants – Ideas for your Christmas list!

In the merry season of goodwill, and with landlords feeling wobbly as a result of the Brexit and 2017’s election (in addition to a glass...

Gaenor Thomas

Associate, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 15th December 2017

Are you ready for a visit from Father Christmas?

Third party and occupiers’ liability is something which owners and occupiers of land and property should be aware of. Indeed landlords and tenants should see...

Gaenor Thomas

Associate, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 14th December 2017

‘Not in my back yard!’ – There may be no...

Mobile phone usage has grown massively in the last two decades. There are six times as many phones in use as there were 20 years ago...

John Guthrie

Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 29th September 2017

Going Underground – Basement Excavations and Permitted Development Rights

Many planning authorities, particularly London boroughs, are having to deal with an increasing number of ‘digdowns’, as soaring house prices lead homeowners and developers to...

Anne Bridger

Solicitor, Commercial Property
Commercial Property | 28th September 2017

Is Feudalism Really a Thing of the Past?

Legislation aims to keep up with growth and changes in society. In consequence it can be extensive. We have seen 31 Acts passed onto the...

John Guthrie

Senior Solicitor, Commercial Property

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