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Subsidy Control after Brexit – a practitioner’s perspective

Alex Kynoch and Angelica Hymers look at recent developments in relation to subsidy control after Brexit and set out the issues that the Government's Subsidy Control Bill needs to address. Read more
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June 01, 2021

Government issues criteria to be considered for public sector severance payments  

HM Treasury has issued guidance detailing the criteria that public sector employers should consider before proposing a “Special Severance Payment”.
June 01, 2021

City council blocks entrance to barbershop with sandbags after business "repeatedly ignored orders to close" over Covid breaches

The entrance to a barbershop in York has been barricaded with sandbags by City of York Council after the owners who were breaching Covid safety measures failed to comply with council directions to close.
June 01, 2021

Dispute over permitted development changes to be heard by Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has granted campaign group Rights: Community: Action (RCA) permission to appeal the High Court’s dismissal of its challenge to major changes to permitted development rights.
June 01, 2021

Head of property practice at Landmark Chambers named joint head of chambers

David Holland QC has been appointed Joint Head of Chambers at Landmark Chambers, taking over from Paul Brown QC.

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May 28, 2021

The Cram Slam – Part 26A Restructuring Plans and Commercial Leases

David Nelson looks at the impact on landlords of a controversial High Court decision to allow a restructuring plan for a chain of health clubs.
May 28, 2021

Introduction to public contracts procurement

The following LexisNexis Local Government practice note, produced in partnership with Katherine Calder of DAC Beachcroft, provides comprehensive and up to date legal information providing an introduction to public contracts procurement.
May 28, 2021

The limits of an adjudicator's jurisdiction

Dr Paul Hughes and Anna Sidebottom look at the effect of Prater v Sisk [2021] on the ability of an Adjudicator to rely on previous 'out of jurisdiction' decisions between the same parties
May 27, 2021

Local authority injunctions against “Persons Unknown” - the civil law runs out

Ranjit Bhose QC analyses the recent High Court ruling on "Traveller Injunctions" and "persons unknown".
May 27, 2021

Where now for failure to remove claims?

The High Court has handed down a highly significant judgment in a ‘failure to remove’ claim involving a city council. Adam Weitzman QC and Caroline Lody provide a brief guide to the ruling and offer some preliminary thoughts on its implications.
May 27, 2021

Care Act charging policies and Article 14

Are all charging policies at risk after R(SH) v Norfolk County Council? Arianna Kelly examines an important ruling.
May 27, 2021

Local authority duties to notify consular authorities

The High Court has provided important guidance to local authorities on the extent of their notification duties under Article 37 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963, writes Edward Lamb.

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May 27, 2021

Local authority duties to notify consular authorities

The High Court has provided important guidance to local authorities on the extent of their notification duties under Article 37 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations 1963, writes Edward Lamb.
May 27, 2021

Housing allocation schemes under the magnifying glass

The significance of a recent High Court housing law case cannot be underestimated – both legally and practically – in bringing to the fore the practical effects of local authority allocation schemes, writes Martin Khoshdel.
May 27, 2021

Met Police press release libel claim dismissed following trial

The High Court has dismissed a claim brought over a Metropolitan Police press release, upholding defences of truth and no serious harm at trial, writes Gervase de Wilde.
May 27, 2021

Local authority break rights in long development leases

The High Court has recently declared that a local authority landlord’s break right in a long lease – expressed as being exercisable ‘at any time’ following a tenant default – had been validly exercised, even though the default in question had occurred 16 months prior to the break notice being served. Ayesha Khalique explains why.
May 27, 2021

Public Procurement: Lease or Public Works Contract. Where’s the dividing line?

Matthew Mo and Kyle Duggan look at the implications of a recent European Court procurement ruling on development agreements entered into by public bodies.
May 20, 2021

Legal Challenges to neighbourhood plans and orders: the Supreme Court has the final word

Estelle Dehon and John Fitzsimons set out the lessons that those involved in neighbourhood plan and neighbourhood development order litigation should learn from a key Supreme Court ruling.
May 20, 2021

Dispensation from service charge consultation requirements

The Court of Appeal has recently considered the circumstances in which the First-tier Tribunal may grant a landlord dispensation from the service charge consultation requirements prescribed by s. 20 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. Philip Rainey QC and Robyn Cunningham examine the ruling.
May 20, 2021

The Accessibility Regulations for Public Sector Body Websites and Mobile Apps

Rebecca Hull looks at the Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations, what they mean for public sector websites and apps and the approaching app deadline of 23 June 2021.
May 20, 2021

GDPR news roundup

So much has happened in the world of data protection recently, writes Ibrahim Hasan. Where to start?
May 20, 2021

Important changes following the introduction of the Fire Safety Act

The Fire Safety Act received Royal Assent on 29 April 2021 and will shortly be on the statute books. Mark London and Michael Wharfe look at what is in store.