The Bill proposes changes to existing planning legislation including local government, planning, and compulsory purchase. Our experts explore the potential changes to the planning system and the impacts they could have on the delivery of new housing.
Our work on the development of two new multi-storey car parks for Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust sets a positive example on how to access much-needed capital funding, free up additional land and benefit from outsourced services.
The EAT gave important guidance on how relevant the employee's perception is when evaluating allegations of harassment. We explore the latest case and set out the key factors employers need to look out for when dealing with harassment claims.
Going forward, leaseholders will (subject to a few exceptions) effectively pay nothing in respect of ground rent on new or replacement leases. We summarise everything landlords need to know about the new legislation.
This case discusses whether employees engaging in strike action should be protected from disadvantage by their employers. We summarise the latest court decision and what you need know about your employees’ rights in the event of industrial action.
Landlords are increasingly installing domestic CCTV to deter and detect fly-tipping, ASB, and using footage as evidence in enforcement. Read on for an overview of recent decisions and our advice on how you can minimise the risk of legal challenges.
Excession Technologies claimed that the Police Digital Service should have rejected another bid for being “abnormally low” and that it made errors in the scoring of bids. We summarise the case’s main questions and what the judgment means for you.
The Cabinet Office has issued a new Procurement Policy Note in relation to contracts with suppliers from Russia and Belarus, with guidance on how organisations might “cut ties” with companies backed by these states following the invasion of Ukraine.