Real Estate Law Blog

6 August 2018

The Only Way Is Up

The sun’s out and I’ve been drinking in the London skyline (a few G&Ts) from my favourite roof top bar above the Bussey Building in Peckham Rye.  If I squint hard enough I can see my own rooftop from there and I’m sure there’s great potential for another rooftop bar on top of my building. This got me thinking (out loud to the dismay of my friends) about who has the rights to develop roof space. After all, space is at a premium, so perhaps the only way is up.

Joanna Yates

6 August 2018

Non-Disclosure Agreements – preventing media intrusion when finding your home

Sport stars, actors and entertainers alike have grown accustomed to “living” in the public eye, but if there is one aspect many wish to keep truly private it is their home.

Tom Beak

16 July 2018

The basics of Build to Rent

What is Build to Rent? What are its benefits?

Lauren Hart

12 July 2018

The Law Commission to look to reform Right to Manage legislation

The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, has asked the Law Commission to undertake a broad review of Right to Manage legislation and suggest reforms to improve its use in practice and increase its popularity amongst tenants.

Francesca Gibbs

10 July 2018

Minimum three year residential tenancy – disaster for landlords?

The government has launched a consultation, inviting comments on their proposals to introduce a minimum term for residential tenancies.

Tom Beak

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