Posted by Paul Daniels, Partner
With less than a month to go until the referendum on whether Britain should remain in the EU, companies are starting to speculate about the impact that a vote to leave could have on the property market.
Barclays last month became the first major UK lender to unveil a no-deposit mortgage deal since the financial crash.
The proposed legislation change, expected later this year, will see powers handed to local councils to determine what Sunday trading hours should be in their administrative area. Local councils will be able to extend Sunday trading hours throughout their entire administrative area or just in certain parts, such as town centres and high streets.
An ever increasing number of “non-standard” borrowers are having mortgages approved, new research suggests.
Changes to planning laws could run the risk of significantly reducing the amount of office space available in the capital, members of the London Assembly have warned.
Powers for setting certain taxes – including stamp duty – should be devolved to the Mayor of London, it has been suggested.
Bath’s largest law firm Withy King has strengthened its commercial property team with the appointment of solicitors Rhiannon Campbell and Richard Gorham. Rhiannon has worked for law firms in Bristol and London, working on non-contentious commercial property issues for a …
Bath’s largest law firm Withy King advised entrepreneurs Ian and Christa Taylor on the purchase of a historic building formerly known as the Carfax Hotel, which the couple plans to transform into a luxury, 40-bedroom boutique hotel. Paul Daniels, partner …
While 2015 may have been a record year for commercial property investment, experts don’t expect the bubble to burst anytime soon.
If any further proof were needed about the runaway success of technology companies in London, a new survey makes a very comprehensive case.