The UK’s state aid rules change from 1 January 2021 we will bring you up to speed on the new position.
This webinar took place on the 13 January 2021 and it is now available on-demand.
After over 4 years of uncertainty about the future relationship between the UK and EU, as of 2 December 2020, the UK’s future subsidy control regime is still not settled. The UK’s state aid rules will change from 1 January 2021 so in this webinar, we bring you up to speed on the new position – whatever that may be. An understanding of these new rules will be vital to the public sector, Higher Education Institutions and any recipients of public funding or other support.
Angelica is a senior associate in our government and infrastructure team. She advises public and private sector bodies on subsidy control and state aid, as well as commercial contracts and public procurement.
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Alex leads our subsidy control team and is recognised as a leading expert in this complex field. He also specialises in procurement and public sector clean energy and regeneration projects. Clients appreciate his ability to translate complex legal issues into pragmatic and clear advice.
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Law firm Browne Jacobson has collaborated with Wiltshire Council and Christ Church Business School on the launch event of The Council Company Best Practice and Innovation Network, a platform which brings together academic experts and senior local authority leaders, allowing them to share best practice in relation to council companies.
In the Autumn Statement delivered on 17 November, rises to the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage rates were announced, to take effect from 1 April 2023.
Announced in September but scrapped on 17 November the investment zone proposals were very short lived. The proposal has now morphed into the proposal for a smaller number of clustered zones earmarked for investment.
Settlement agreements are commonplace in an employment context and are ordinarily used to provide the parties to the agreement with certainty following the conclusion of an employment relationship.
On 2 November 2022, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the much awaiting case of Hillside Parks Ltd v Snowdonia National Park Authority  UKSC 30. The Court’s judgment suggests that the long established practice of using drop-in applications is in fact much more restricted than previously thought. This judgment therefore has significant implications for both the developers and local planning authorities.