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Jul 2017

Does your local authority have an adequate supply of housing land?

Demand for new homes is overwhelming, but local authorities that have set aside an adequate supply of housing land for the future are in a much stronger position when it comes to blocking developments that they view as undesirable.

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17

Jul 2017

Whistleblowing in the public interest – Court of Appeal test case

Workplace whistleblowers only enjoy the protection of the law if the disclosures they make are in the public interest – but what exactly does that mean?

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5

Jul 2017

Solicitors, quite literally, offer the shirts off their backs for charity

While some may have a preconception of lawyers being out to ‘take the shirt off your back’ as the saying goes, one local law firm is keen to buck this reputation by offering their shirts to charity.

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Jun 2017

Restrictive covenant amended to enable house building plans

Covenants restricting the use of land commonly appear on title deeds, but they often date back many years and take no account of changing circumstances.

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16

Jun 2017

Doubts over validity of parking agreements dispelled by Court of Appeal

The pressure on vehicle parking spaces in London is extreme and many boroughs have entered into agreements with developers that new residents will not be entitled to apply for parking permits.

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