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FOCUS: Local authorities and regeneration bodies can expect greater scrutiny to be placed on their decisions to override third party rights in land on public interest grounds under new UK planning laws that came into effect in the summer. 21 Sep 2016
FOCUS: The new special administration regime for private social housing providers in England is intended to address the deficiencies of the previous regime. It was introduced by the 2016 Housing and Planning Act. 08 Sep 2016
Commercial and domestic property landlords of multi-let properties where heating, cooling or hot water is supplied to tenants through a district or communal heating network are now legally obliged to provide detailed information about those networks to a central...
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Development work that restricts natural sunlight to property can in principle be a breach of a 'quiet enjoyment' covenant in a lease, even where no formal right to light exists, according to the county court. 17 Aug 2016
New data detailing the number of insolvencies in the construction industry highlights the need to move away from "price driven procurement models" in the sector, an expert has said. 29 Jul 2016
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