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One year on from the EU referendum, nobody knows how a post-Brexit world will look
Finding great crested newts on site can cause delays. But plans to streamline the process must play out in the context of changes (or not) to environmental legislation post-Brexit
Ancient manorial rights can affect modern property developments. Here’s what you need to know
For any tenanted property undergoing refurbishment or maintenance work, it is essential that landlords consider the effects it could have for those renting
Your brilliant idea to develop part of an existing building could easily be scuppered by the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 - so best to get advice early
Trespassers can acquire rights to vacant sites so developers need to be vigilant if they own land awaiting development, or are considering buying empty plots
When redeveloping an empty property, the project can be at risk of delay from squatters. The law now protects residential stock – should the same happen with commercial buildings?
If someone takes out an injunction against a developer, it can cause a serious delay. What are the implications and how can you best prepare to minimise the effect?
How easements - rights that people who don’t own the land can exercise on it - can hold up a development
Restrictive covenants can deal a fatal blow to a developer’s plans. So make sure you understand what effect a convenant will have on the development before you take the plunge
Redeveloping a property can become difficult if there are tenants involved. We examine the issues that landlords should be aware of before trying to start work
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