The tinkering with the planning system continues. The addition to the Planning Practice Guidance in November of three slender paragraphs introducing the vacant building credit marks one of the Government’s latest attempts to encourage the redevelopment of brownfield sites.
The principle behind the vacant building credit is straightforward. Where a vacant building is brought back Read More
Last week, Gordon Ramsay lost a High Court battle with his father-in-law, Mr Hutcheson, over the lease of a pub in London entered into in 2008. The lease was guaranteed by Gordon Ramsay personally and appeared to have been signed by him in the presence of a witness, Mr Kevin Fung.
It transpired that Ramsay’s Read More
Last week we blogged on the reforms to the Electronic Communications Code, which were added as a last minute amendment to the Infrastructure Bill. These have now been spectacularly withdrawn by the government.
Although the revised Code did seek to resolve some of the flaws of the existing Code there was concern about whether the Read More