Property lawyers UK

Recent court decisions putting administrators and landlords both to losses in the case of insolvent companies

October 9, 2012

Trade bodies for the insolvency and commercial property sectors, R3 and the British Property Federation (BPF) have called on the government to overturn the controversial court decision that prevents rent owed to a landlord before the appointment of administrators from being counted as expense of the administration. They said that in April the decision, in […]

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How is a planning permission application considered?

September 28, 2012

Once your planning application has been received by your local Borough council, councillors will register and check the validity of your application. Your application will go through a series of processes including: Making sure your application is valid and includes all the necessary information Development managers will visit the desired area to understand the context […]

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Could a collapse of the eurozone lead to slashed house prices in the capital?

July 2, 2012

House buyers could see property prices in some of London’s most desirable areas plummet by as much as 50 per cent if the euro zone collapses, a leading property development firm has warned. According to a new report released by Development Securities a full break up of the euro zone could be “the single greatest […]

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