Real Estate Law Blog

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

5 July 2018

“A principled outcomes-based approached with a clear model of risk ownership”

A substantial rebuild or simply papering over the cracks- What does the Hackitt Report mean for the construction industry? - A blog series

Brandusa Tataru-Marinescu

5 June 2018

Japanese knotweed: what to do and what knot to do

Japanese knotweed seems to be everywhere nowadays.  Or maybe that’s just how it feels for me since our buyer’s survey revealed Japanese knotweed in the garden. Whilst my use of our garden is largely limited to soaking up the sun, even I knew we were in trouble when I saw the dreaded words “Japanese knotweed” as it can affect property value and makes mortgage lenders nervous. 

Angela Must

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