The government’s lack of clarity on its presumption in favour of modular construction was repeatedly criticised at a House of Lords debate yesterday evening about the Science and Technology Committee’s report, Off-site manufacture for construction: Building for change.
Property law cases have made headlines throughout 2018. Mathew Ditchburn and Lien Tran consider some of the year’s key court rulings
The Supreme Court’s recent ruling in S Franses v The Cavendish Hotel is, I believe, the most seminal change to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 since 1954. The case concerned the hotel’s right to oppose the grant of a new tenancy to S Franses, on the grounds that Cavendish planned to undertake
Legal General has moved group strategy director Paul Miller to a new role of managing director of principal investing at its L G Capital business.