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Articles by ‘Peter Foskett’
Real Estate Partner Peter Foskett examines the recent relaxation of some of the current restrictions relating to the disposal of land by charities.
A long-awaited announcement has been made by Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick.
With another rent payment day upon us, our Real Estate and Property Disputes lawyers explore what options and remedies are available to commercial landlords.
To read the report from the Competition & Markets Authority (“CMA”) and see that the CMA understands the plight of so many leaseholders and the urgency to address their problems will give much needed comfort to them.
A question frequently asked by landowners is what is the difference between an option agreement and a promotion agreement? And which should they enter into?
For landowners who own land with development potential, preventing the creation of public and private rights of way over land by long user is always an issue. Such rights can devalue the development potential, or even make development unrealistic when small sites are concerned.
Promoters have become an established part of the world of development. By entering into an agreement (known as a Promotion Agreement) with them landowners can use the skill, knowledge and funds of an experienced developer to obtain planning permission for their land, even if not currently earmarked for development.