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Blog

  • Victoria Charlesson

    Judicial Review of the Heathrow Expansion Decision

    Victoria Charlesson, Solicitor in our Planning Law team, looks at the judicial review of the Heathrow Airport expansion decision including Section 13 of the Planning Act...

  • Gemma Kemp

    Maintenance Payments: a Meal Ticket for Life…or For Three Years?

    Gemma Kemp, Senior Solicitor in our Family Law Team, discusses maintenance payments and the call for the law to be reformed.  The family court in England...

  • Lesley Quinn

    How Can You Protect Your Unregistered Land?

    Lesley Quinn, in our Residential Property & Conveyancing team, highlights the issues regarding unregistered land and explains how it can be protected. According to the Land...

  • Lesley Quinn

    The Standard Conditions of Sale

    Lesley Quinn, in our Residential Property & Conveyancing team, explains the Standard Conditions of Sale. The Law Society issued the Standard Conditions of Sale Fifth Edition in...

  • Emily Farrow

    ‘Spring’ing into Action – Selling Your Property and Conveyancing

    Emily Farrow, in our Residential Property & Conveyancing team, has some simple advice for anyone considering selling a property this spring. The clocks have sprung...

  • Karen Jones

    Waste Legal Regime: Case Law Review

    Partner Karen Jones, in our Planning and Environmental Law team, looks at case law examples of the waste legal regime in action. 2016 provided us with some...

  • Rebecca Ellerbeck

    Paid Maternity Leave in Britain is Lamentable

    Rebecca Ellerbeck, Senior Solicitor in our Employment Law team, explains maternity leave in the UK. Britain is near the bottom of the European league for paid maternity...

  • Kayleigh Chapman

    Permitted Development – Office to Residential: An Update

    Kayleigh Chapman, in our Planning & Environmental Law team, provides an update on permitted development rights. In October 2015 the then Housing and Planning Minister Brandon...

  • Gemma Kemp

    Divorce Law: is it Time for a Change? Owens v Owens

    Gemma Kemp, Senior Solicitor in our Family Law Team, explores why Parliament should bring the much called for reform of divorce laws, highlighting the case...

  • Andrea Corr

    Employment Related Increases in April

    Andrea Corr, Solicitor in our Employment Law team, reviews the increases of National Living Wage, Tax and National Insurance Contributions and other employment related allowances.  National...