By Richard Heap2010-07-13T11:20:00+01:00
Nottingham City Council could take legal action over the government’s decision to axe the £55bn Building Schools for the Future scheme.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com visit: Nottingham considers legal action over BSF cuts
Escalating tensions between retail landlords and tenants over unpaid rents are spilling over into the courts – as senior industry figures warn that the new national lockdown will cause “total carnage” in the retail and hospitality sectors.
After a long six months, the stay on possession proceedings has finally been lifted, although this does not mean an immediate return to normality.
Landlords can face serious consequences for failing to carry out risk assessments or implement measures.
The Raynsford Review of Planning, named after the former housing minister behind the report, is set to paint the planning system in damning light.
Luton Borough Council has given its approval to a £300m plan to develop the 60.5-acre former Vauxhall Motors car plant site.
Mayor Sadiq Khan has set out the first details of the London Living Rent – a new type of tenancy offering sub-market rent to average earners in the capital.
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