Rights to Light: whose right is it anyway?

Property developers are well used to dealing with the tangible, physical aspects of real estate ownership and construction. But it’s not just the bricks and mortar that has to be thought through. Problems often arise

Cladding Crisis: two steps forward and one step back?

Michael Gove, the communities and levelling up secretary, recently announced that developers, rather than leaseholders, will meet the costs of remediating fire-safety defects in buildings which have come to light following the Grenfell tower fire,

A guide to restrictions on pets in leases

Part one in a series of three articles examining the legal complexities around pet-ownership by tenants and leaseholders. Landlord’s consent The pandemic has seen a huge increase in pet ownership as households have settled into

Autumn Budget: changes to CGT

Last week’s Budget was generally lacking in announcements of interest to private clients and their advisers. However, there was one small change that may have gone unnoticed among the headline-grabbing alcohol duty and public spending