Amongst the many trials and tribulations that currently beset business they now have to contend with the ending of the temporary insolvency... Read more »
There’s an interesting article in the ICAEW’s magazine Economia this month, quoting Paul Bannister, Head of Policy at the Insolvency Service. He... Read more »
Well, here is a topic to tempt fate if there ever was one!
I was recently asked by Flat Living magazine to write about what makes ‘good customer... Read more »
Are you sure that is a cup of tea? It is in a mug, and I don’t drink mine with lemon…
Semantic interpretation or just pedantic... Read more »
The Annual Spring ALEP Lecture will be a virtual event, happening during w/c 1st March, reflecting on the recent cladding crisis. Our own Senior... Read more »
Mark Chick, Senior Partner a specialist enfranchisement solicitor with 15 years’ experience in the field, recently warned that leaseholders affected... Read more »
This week the Secretary of State for Housing, Robert Jenrick announced two new taxes on UK property developers to help pay for the Government’s... Read more »
What is all the squawking with Pets and Tenancy Agreements?
With calls long outstanding for renters to have a right to keep pets in their homes, have... Read more »
The introduction of self-driving vehicles carrying only passengers has the potential to create significant societal benefits by reducing the necessity... Read more »
As the government prepares to publish its proposals for the Renters’ Reform Bill, the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) is calling... Read more »