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Certainty for landlords as commercial property energy efficiency regulations receive parliamentary approval

New energy efficiency standards for privately-let commercial property in England will come into force on 1 April 2018, after the UK parliament passed regulations in one of its final sessions ahead of May's general election. 30 Mar 2015

'Clouds on the horizon' for real estate tax, says expert

The outcome of the General Election should not result in significant change for the property industry, but the new diverted profits tax and possible future restrictions on interest deductibility represent "a few clouds on the horizon" for property tax, an... 13 Mar 2015

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TUPE: property manager was 'organised grouping of employees', Court of Appeal rules

A single employee responsible for the management of a company's property portfolio in the Netherlands was an "organised grouping of employees", covered by UK employment law protections when the service she provided was outsourced to another company. 17 Feb 2015

New energy efficiency standards for privately-let commercial property confirmed for 2018

Commercial property landlords in England will be legally required to upgrade the energy efficiency of their properties to at least band 'E' standard by 2018 before they can be leased to new or renewing tenants, the UK government has confirmed. 06 Feb 2015

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