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These are interesting times for anyone involved in commercial or residential space, whether they are a funder, developer, occupier or investor.
The most serious downturn in recent memory has provided a significant challenge for many of our clients. We can help you to seize opportunities and manage your assets in these difficult economic times. Our lawyers can provide creative solutions to your real estate requirements and help ensure that your real estate is working hard for you. We can advise you on all of the legal aspects through the life cycle of your real estate assets.
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HCA Affordable Homes Programme 2015-2018By Leo Stevens
This journal article sets out the criteria for which Registered Providers and other organisations can bid for grant funding to build new affordable homes during the 2015-2018 period.
Framework agreementsBy Clare Reddy, Owen Williams
Framework agreements offer a potential solution as contracting authorities attempt to minimise the impact of the Public Contract Regulations 2006 on their business. In this inbrief, Clare Reddy and Owen Williams discuss the framework agreement and where and when they should be used.
Come and meet our team at MIPIM 2014!
Area of law: Real Estate11th March 2014, 8:00am - 6:00pm, Palais des festivals, Cannes, 64000, France
Shining a light on the UK's planning stasisBy Leo Stevens
In an article for Planning Resource, Leo Stevens discusses Councils' local plans after Cheshire East Council approved plans for more than 1,100 homes on 58 hectares of open farmland after planners advised that the council could not demonstrate a five-year housing land supply, as required by the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).