Real Estate Law Blog

28 January 2020

The end of nil-valuations for high-rises?

Last month, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), The Building Societies Association (BSA) and UK Finance agreed a new industry-wide valuation process for buildings more than six storeys high.

Vanessa Rhodes

29 November 2019

Minimum energy efficiency standards – B (or C) prepared

That is because following its recent consultation, the government has announced that it will soon become unlawful to continue to let a non-domestic property with an EPC rating below B, a move that the government estimates could cost approximately £5bn between now and 2030.  

Daniel Browne

2 October 2019

Property development given the 'green' light

With climate change very much in the public eye, and the steady rise of electric car usage, the Government are considering the wider impact on infrastructure and property development. It has recently launched two public consultations.

David Newnham

27 September 2019

Climate change and the property market

"Change is coming, whether you like it or not", what does this mean for the property market?

David Newnham

9 July 2019

What are the key legal issues affecting construction documents for data centre projects?

The value of the UK’s data economy is over £70 billion and this is only set to increase.  Digital Realty’s “The Data Economy Report 2018” estimates that there is a further £50 billion of untapped potential in this part of the UK economy.

Robert Read

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