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Details of energy performance certificates for non-residential buildings in England & Wales are to be published, unless owners opt out by 16 January.
It will soon be easier for commercial property landlords in London to collaborate to improve their local area, through Property Owner BIDs.
The wave of investment from China and other growth economies is only just beginning, according to King & Wood Mallesons International Head of Real Estate Bryan Pickup.
Industrial, storage & distribution and office buildings could be changed to residential use if UK government proposals are implemented.
In Schroder v Birmingham (2014), the High Court clarified who is liable for business rates in England after a tenant becomes insolvent.
The July 2014 consultation paper details restrictions, in force 1 April 2018, on leasing buildings in England and Wales with F- or G- rated energy performance.
The Central London County Court has struck down a use restriction in a proposed retail lease, holding that it breaches the Competition Act 1998.
Deadlines of 16 May 2014 (businesses) and 23 May (individuals) to object to the HS2 Bill. Compensation package for homeowners and small businesses.
The Court of Appeal says that tenants must comply with all the formal requirements of a break clause absolutely even if they are pointless.
CRAR (Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery) comes into force on 6 April 2014, designed to be fair to tenants, but will it be effective for landlords?
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