What are the major political parties saying about house building?
Unless you have been living under a rock for the last few months, the UK once again... Read more »
Rights of Way can be one of the most bothersome issues for neighbours: ‘We’ve been walking through here for fifty years!’, ‘You can’t park... Read more »
On 20 December 2018 the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 (“the 2018 Act”) was given royal assent and on 20 March 2019 it came into... Read more »
It is now not as common for new leasehold properties to have a communal boiler, hot water or heating system. The current preference tends to be for... Read more »
In celebration of our 40th Anniversary, we introduce a new Brief Encounter series of Q&A features to learn more about the individuals that make up... Read more »
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Barnes as a Partner in the Residential Property team.
Paul is a UK qualified Solicitor with over... Read more »
On 18th March the House of Commons Committee on Leasehold Reform published its report. The report draws together various themes concerning long... Read more »
The High Court has recently held that the European Medicines Agency's 25-year lease of the extensive premises in Canary Wharf would not be brought to... Read more »
Mark Chick will be speaking at the Professionalism in Property 2019 Conference being held in London on 8th May, 2019.
This PiP Conference will... Read more »
While not usually an issue for central London properties, for those buying outside the M25 it may be a surprise to find the property you are buying... Read more »