Today, the Law Commission released its long-awaited report on the reform of the archaic law on rights to light, following consultation with the real estate industry last year.
The Law Commission’s aim has been to strike a balance between the competing interests of those with the benefit of rights to light and those wishing to Read More
The final measure announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement was the one that took listeners by surprise: a major reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax on residential property transactions. Not only that, but the changes take effect from midnight tonight (3 December).
Crucially, the system has changed from a “slab” system to a “slice” system Read More
Hogan Lovells hosted the Reading Real Estate Foundation Breakfast Forum (RREF) on 18 November. RREF is a registered charity and has been set up to provide support for real estate and planning education at the University of Reading.
The event featured presentations by:
- Irvine Sellar, Founder and Chairman of Sellar Property;
- Peter Rees, former City