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Development – a dampener on dilapidations claims?

Author: Julia Tobbell, Senior Associate, Real Estate Dispute Resolution, London Whilst a developer is in the early stages of planning and finance, it may be happy to leave the current tenants in situ to generate a little extra income before … Continue reading

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Demolition in Conservation Areas – no permitted development rights

Since 1 October 2013 Conservation Area Consent has not been necessary for demolition of an unlisted building or enclosure in a conservation area, but the requirement now is to obtain approval for the demolition by planning permission (a change introduced by the Growth and Infrastructure … Continue reading

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Office to residential conversion rights to be made permanent

On the same day as announcing the Housing and Planning Bill (13 October 2015), the Department for Communities and Local Government confirmed that the temporary permitted development rights which allow conversions from office to residential use will be made permanent.  In May 2013 … Continue reading

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