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Challenging Times (continued) – The Use Classes Order and Permitted Development Rights Keeping It Real Estate

In our blog of 3 September 2020, we brought you news of the challenge to the recent changes to the Use Classes Order and the Permitted Development Rights (PDR) regime.

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Tenant fails to satisfy break clause in latest VP ruling Keeping It Real Estate

The High Court has ruled in the recent case of Capitol Park Leeds PLC v Global Radio Services Limited [2020] that a tenant’s attempt to exercise the break in a lease, which was...

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Supreme Court ruling in restrictive covenant case: ignore covenants at your own risk Keeping It Real Estate

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment today in an eagerly awaited case on restrictive covenants and affordable housing. It is the first time that the Supreme Court has considered a...

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Stand By for Action on EPCs! Keeping It Real Estate

Back in July 2018, the government launched a “Call for Evidence on Energy Performance Certificates”. To read our blog click here.

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The Sun Also Rises on Pre-pack Administration Reform Keeping It Real Estate

In 2015, responding to mounting concerns about pre-pack administration sales, a set of voluntary industry measures were introduced to address the perceived lack of transparency and trust in ...

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Higher MEES for residential properties? Have your say Keeping It Real Estate

On 30 September 2020 the government published its consultation on amending the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (the...

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Prejudice to landowner is too high to impose Code rights on its land Keeping It Real Estate

The Electronic Communications Code gives powers to telecoms operators to acquire rights over private land to install their apparatus for the purpose of providing their network. In order to...

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UK COVID-19: The FCA Business Interruption Test Case ruling – the end of the ‘Covid clause’ in leases? Keeping It Real Estate

This week the High Court has delivered its eagerly anticipated ruling in the FCA Business Interruption Test Case. The case was brought by the Financial Conduct Authority on behalf of...

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UK COVID-19: Government extends protections for commercial tenants Keeping It Real Estate

After much speculation the government announced on 16 September that it will be extending protections that have been afforded to commercial tenants as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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