- COVID-19 Insights: Your properties and developments
COVID-19 Insights: Your properties and developments
COVID-19 Insights: Your properties and developments1st April 2020 - Published by Kuits COVID-19 Advice Taskforce
All information contained in the below insights was correct as of the day of publication:
28th September 2020
In our latest briefing video, litigation partner Andrew Weinberg discusses the recent extension to moratorium on landlord enforcement.
8th July 2020
Following Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement earlier today in respect of the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday, Duncan McGregor, partner in our residential property team, speculates on what this will mean for house buyers and the wider market.
26th June 2020
Our planning team outlines the key technical points from the draft Business and Planning Bill 2020.
26th June 2020
In this article, our planning team comments on why the recent announcement from the housing ministry is good news for landowners, developers and the construction industry.
23rd June 2020
With rent for June’s quarter fast approaching what options do commercial landlords have to recover rent from tenants who are unable to pay? The Kuits commercial property team discuss the options for landlords.
19th June 2020
The Government has revised certain aspects of the processes it has put into place in order to protect businesses that rent premises from the various enforcement remedies available to landlords. In this article, partner David Moroney explains what landlords can do.
19th June 2020
A podcast exploring the impact COVID-19 has had on landlords and occupiers of commercial property and what this means for the future of leases.
10th June 2020
Following the release of a raft of guidance by the government in May designed to help the development industry during the global pandemic, it will be interesting to see what action local planning authorities will take on board. Kuits’ planning solicitor Victoria Leam explores here.
1st June 2020
The government has launched a £1 billion Building Safety Fund for the remediation of unsafe non-aluminium composite materials (ACM) cladding systems on residential buildings that are at least 18 metres tall.
20th May 2020
Kuits, in collaboration with host Place North West, has recorded a podcast exploring the impact COVID-19 has had on the construction industry and how it can look to prepare for the future.
7th May 2020
The Kuits planning team assesses challenge periods for planning decisions during the pandemic and outline considerations for developers, landlords and tenants.
24th April 2020
The Kuits commercial property team analyses the Government proposal of introducing moratorium on landlord enforcement for unpaid rent.
23rd April 2020
The Kuits licensing team analyses ‘Shadow Licences’ and why landlords should consider applying for them if a tenant’s licence has revoked or lapsed.
Commercial property partners David Moroney and Chris Hardy hosted a webinar on 15 April, offering expert guidance and advice to commercial landlords on their options during the pandemic, including managing tenant relationships. Watch the webinar here.
3rd April 2020 and 14th April 2020
Our planning team look at new methods introduced to help keep planning for your new developments moving and opportunities for developers and landlords now that permitted development rights for emergencies have been brought into force.
25th March 2020 and 26th March 2020
Our landlord and tenant advisory team has provided advice for landlord and tenants in regards to commercial rent payments.
18th March 2020
Construction partner Charlie Tomlinson gives practical advice to developers and contractors amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Your properties: Contact David Moroney on 0161 838 7866 / email@example.com
- Advising landlords and tenants on strategies for renegotiating lease terms in light of the government’s temporary
measures on protection against forfeiture.
- Advising on construction contracts in this ever-changing landscape, plus material supply issues.
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