Under new regulations, employers will now need to tax all ‘post-employment notice pay’. Melanie Stancliffe explains what you need to know
Earlier this month, housing minister Dominic Raab announced that new powers were being considered to manage unauthorised traveller encampments.
Reading recent media reports you could be forgiven for thinking Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) will only affect Russian oligarchs and wealthy Sheikhs with mansions in London and Surrey.
The Government has used its reform of the National Planning Practice Framework (NPPF) to offer some new thinking on the development of student accommodation.
Fifty-six stakeholders responded to the government’s call for evidence on the proposed launch of the Beneficial Ownership Register. At the end of last month, it published the feedback.
Douglas Rhodes, partner at Trowers & Hamlins, considers the first-tier tribunal’s first ruling on the recovery of service charges for the cost of re-cladding works following the Grenfell Tower fire.
Landowners interested in developing grid balancing services are advised to act quickly to assess whether a grid connection may be viable as application fees will be enforced from the 6 April by Distribution Network Operators.
Over the last few months, a number of high-profile retailers and restaurant chains have experienced financial difficulties and proposed company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) and/or entered into administration.