Publications

Business tenancies—motive behind ground (f) works immaterial (S Franses Ltd

06th September 2017, by Dellah Gilbert

Property analysis: Dellah Gilbert, partner in Maples Teesdale LLP, and Nic Taggart, barrister at Landmark Chambers, who acted for the Cavendish Hotel, examine S Franses v the Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd and explain why there are still twists and turns in store.

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The Real eState with Peter Bill

14th February 2017

Peter Bill, former editor of Estates Gazette, gives his opinion on last week’s Housing White Paper.

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The Real eState with Peter Bill

12th October 2016

Peter Bill, shares his views on the Garden Bridge project as well as the planned HQ move by Land Securities

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The Real eState with Peter Bill

08th April 2016

In his latest column for Maples Teesdale, Peter Bill, author of Planet Property and former editor of Estates Gazette, shares his thoughts on the Panama Papers and some of the latest London towers.

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Permitted development rights for office to residential change of use

05th May 2015

Chad Sutton comments on the permitted development rights for office to residential change of use and the race which is now on to meet the current deadline of 30 May 2016 to utilise these rights.

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Converting shops to residential - Who stands to win and lose?

28th August 2013, by Chad Sutton

Chad Sutton comments converting shops to residential - Who stands to win and lose?

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How relevant today are section 106 agreements?

17th July 2013, by Chad Sutton

The role of Section 106 agreements is being challenged by reforms such as the Community Infrastructure Levy and changes in the Growth and Infrastructure Bill. Chad Sutton analyses the latest developments.

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History Lessons

08th April 2013, by Chad Sutton

New laws should simplify developments involving listed buildings and conservation areas

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Recent amendments to the planning system and the role of a planning lawyer

21st January 2015, by Chad Sutton

Chad Sutton comments on Government amendments to the planning system and the role of a planning lawyer in ensuring the success of any development.

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Legal firm gives lowdown on new energy standards for UK landlords

12th January 2015, by Chad Sutton

Residential landlords in the UK are at risk of financial penalties and being unable to let their properties if they fail to meet minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) that come into play in 2018, it is claimed.

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New development opportunity: starter homes

01st December 2014, by Chad Sutton

On 15 December 2014, the Government issued a consultation paper entitled Stepping onto the Property Ladder which proposes a new scheme called the Starter Homes Initiative (SHI). The SHI is intended to provide more people with the opportunity to buy their first home through changes to the planning system which are detailed in full in this article.

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What property owners need to know about fracking

04th August 2014, by Neil Sagoo
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Neil Sagoo details what property owners need to know about fracking By Neil Sagoo Published in Property Week

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Converting shops to residential - Who stands to win and lose?

28th August 2013, by Chad Sutton

Chad Sutton comments converting shops to residential - Who stands to win and lose?

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How relevant today are section 106 agreements?

17th April 2013

The role of Section 106 agreements is being challenged by reforms such as the Community Infrastructure Levy and changes in the Growth and Infrastructure Bill. Chad Sutton analyses the latest developments.

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History Lessons

17th April 2013, by Chad Sutton

New laws should simplify developments involving listed buildings and conservation areas

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Structuring the Recovery

23rd June 2012, by Jon Blackburn
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Good deals - What is the most efficient way to acquire commercial property in the UK? Jon Blackburn examines a raft of options.

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Capital Allowances for Fixtures

16th June 2012, by Mark Harryman

Tax - Steven Dowers and Mark Harryman explain a recent revision to UK tax law and the hurdles buyers of property must now satisfy to claim tax relief on the value of fixtures. Steven Dowers - Associate Director at Baker Tilly Mark Harryman - Commercial Property Associate at Maples Teesdale LLP

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A Lighter Touch - Rights of light

14th June 2012

David Stevens considers how local authorities could help developers avoid costly disputes.

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