Real Estate Law Blog

18 February 2021

Procurement: how will you be procuring the works?

Across all levels of construction, from a small residential extension to the construction of a large housing development, there will always be an employer and a contractor (or contractors) entering into a contractual relationship. What will vary, however, is the nature of this relationship and the organisational structure of the employer and the various members of the professional team. 

George Dale

11 February 2021

Cladding Crisis – a “big, bold, globally unprecedented” answer or a partial solution?

Most of us have spent the last few months largely confined to our homes, as we do our bit to follow the “stay home” guidance and fight the pandemic. Whilst every household is different, most will attest to the stresses and strains that have evolved from not leaving the house, home-schooling, working from home, working from home whilst home-schooling or being furloughed and unable to go to work. 

Tom Beak

9 February 2021

The Stamp Duty Holiday was a welcome boost for the Property market, but what will follow?

As you will be aware from our earlier blog, the government introduced a Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday which began on 8th July 2020 and ends on 31st March 2021.

Matthew Copeland

5 November 2020

Covid Regulations and the Property Market

The Government has published the most recent Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (England) (No. 4) Regulations 2020 (“the Regulations”), taking us into a second lockdown, which will likely remind buyers and sellers of the months in which they could not view houses and building sites, and added complications to exchanging contracts, or completing  transactions. 

Bethan Owen

13 July 2020

Building Strong Foundations: Construction Procurement Issues

For a party about to undertake a Construction Project there are a range of key decisions to be made well in advance of any spades going in the ground.

George Dale

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