Legendary chef and restauranteur Asma Khan has secured the return of her award-winning and influential restaurant Darjeeling Express to Kingley Court in the heart of London’s West End. It is a move that has…
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Driving Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion is an important part of our culture at RWK Goodman, and as part of our continued commitment to this, we have signed up to a number of programmes and…
Senior Associate Richard Howes, from our London real estate team, considers the case of Harris v Flower and what it means to property developers. It is, unfortunately, an often overlooked principle of English land…
Senior Associate Richard Howes from our London Real Estate team looks at some of the key terms of conditional contracts from a development perspective:
Restaurateur and chef, Asma Khan, is to move her iconic Darjeeling Express restaurant to new and larger premises in the heart of Covent Garden, with the help of law firm RWK Goodman.
In his statement yesterday (23 April), Business Secretary set out measures to protect high street shops and other companies under strain from aggressive rent collection.
The Government have announced a 3 month forfeiture moratorium on commercial leases in light of the upcoming rent quarterly payment on 25 March. The ban on evictions of commercial tenants will form a part of the emergency Coronavirus Bill currently going through Parliament but what protections will it and won’t it afford tenants?
With bars and restaurants being one of the biggest commercial consumers of water, how might an impending water crisis impact their operation and bottom line? We take a look at the most likely forms of government intervention and advise restaurant and bar operators to start thinking about their water footprint.
Is the high street doomed to exist in the shadow of ecommerce? Or can it find a new and exciting niche? Watch our video with Kate Hardcastle, retail expert, as she asks if a 1 Billion pound government initiative can help turn the tide.
As a society of shoppers we are becoming more concerned of the implications our shopping habits have on the environment than we’ve ever been. And it’s a good thing too, as we now know that the fashion industry is the second biggest polluting industry in the world.
One of the less obvious effects of the referendum vote – and the resulting dip in the value of the pound – is the boost it’s given the UK leisure and hospitality sector. Research by Travel Weekly, the UK’s market-leading publication for the travel industry, has revealed that the number of people spending their annual summer break in the UK has gone up by 12% from 57% to 69%.
New EU anti-fraud rules, which will come into force from September, will require most online payments of more than £27 – or €30 – to go through an extra level of verification such as entering a code received a text message.