Autumn Statement – a tax ticking time-bomb for developers?

Author: Neil Warriner, Partner, Real Estate Tax, London From a real estate tax perspective, the Autumn Statement was a bit of a damp squib, but confirmation of a couple of well-trailed changes to restrict relief for interest costs and the use of carried-forward losses for corporation tax purposes, together with one apparently innocuous announcement of … Read more

Development Joint Ventures: fundamental aspects, minority rights and the European dimension

Author: Paul Chases, Senior Associate and Head of Corporate Real Estate, London  In the UK property market one investment or development project can vary considerably from another.  However, the prevailing feature that many such projects share is the corporate real estate joint venture (the "JV").  The JV has become central to investment and development activity undertaken by … Read more

Brexit: some indirect implications for development and planning

Author: Matthew White, Partner and Head of Planning, Real Estate, London There are many briefings on what Brexit means for real estate and I don't intend to repeat them in this blog entry. There are only so many ways of saying that the outlook remains uncertain and some transactions are likely to be put on … Read more