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8 February 2018 0 Comments Posted in News, Real Estate

Royds Withy King appointed as legal advisers for the new Grove Business Park development

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UK Top 100 law firm Royds Withy King’s Oxford-based team has been appointed to advise on the development of a new business unit and office development at Grove Business Park, near Wantage. Royds Withy King’s commercial property team in Oxford …

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9 March 2017 0 Comments Posted in Leisure & Hospitality, Opinion

Budget 2017: Can pubs toast latest changes to business rates?

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Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced special business rates protection for pubs in England in the final Spring budget statement to recognise “the valuable role that local pubs play in our communities”.

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6 December 2016 0 Comments Posted in News, Real Estate

Plans to expand Grove Business Park given the green light

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Plans to expand a major Oxfordshire business park have been given the green light in a move which is set to bring hundreds of new jobs to the area.

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17 November 2016 0 Comments Posted in News, Real Estate

Businesses urged to lobby for ‘Smart Homes’ solution

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Press release sibley

The team behind the proposed new ‘Smart Homes’ development in Oxford are calling on business leaders to voice their support for this pioneering scheme which is designed to provide cost-effective housing for key workers and first time buyers. The call …

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22 June 2016 0 Comments Posted in News

“Oxfordshire remains a brilliant place to live and work”

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That’s the message from this year’s Oxford Economic Question Time. The event, hosted by Withy King, Shaw Gibbs and HSBC at Saïd Business School in June, attracted over 100 of the region’s business leaders and shapers who gathered to hear …

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20 February 2015 0 Comments Posted in Opinion, Real Estate

College land & restrictive covenants: addressing the risk

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Oxford College

Colleges often own land, or have land gifted to them, which they may want to sell, mortgage, lease or develop for their own purposes. Often this land will be affected by covenants. This may prevent the land from being used for certain activities, the sale of certain items, the carrying on of a particular business, or for the construction of buildings which are over a certain height or for multiple occupancy.

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