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4 November 2019 The Commons Treasury Committee has published its report on business rates. Are changes on the horizon?

The Treasury Committee has just published its report on its inquiry into the administration of business rates in England and, at first glance, it could be the catalyst to drive the change that many businesses have been calling for.

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4 April 2019 Does a breach of an obligation in an agreement for lease allow the tenant to refuse to complete the lease?

A tenant who does not want to be forced to complete a lease if an obligation in the agreement for lease is breached must provide expressly for this in the agreement.

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20 February 2019 Brexit frustration

Are you frustrated by Brexit? If so, that’s more than can be said of the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) £13m a year lease at Canary Wharf.

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9 March 2018 Nottingham City Council introduces new 'selective licensing' scheme for landlords

The Nottingham City Council became the latest authority to introduce new licensing requirements for all private residential landlords.

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6 March 2018 The housing crisis - PM tells developers to step up and do their bit

The PM has announced plans to target developers who are sitting on planning permissions in a bid to address the ongoing housing crisis.

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1 March 2017 Liability for business rates whilst property being refurbished

With the current publicity over the rating revaluation coming in next month alongside proposed changes to the appeals process, today’s Supreme Court decision will come as a relief to embattled ratepayers.

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8 October 2015 Starter homes - boost the devil is in the detail

David Cameron’s announcement of “a dramatic shift in housing policy in our country” contains one big idea.… But the big idea is short of detail.

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11 June 2015 Spiralling service charges

The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by 25 chalet tenants against the strict interpretation of the service charge provisions in their 99 year leases.

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