News

Welcome to our news page. Here you will find out what we’re up to and what we think about recent events and future possibilities.

Search
  • Sort by

  • Clear
Devonshires wins case in the European Court of Human Rights
The case arose from the seizure of legally privileged material by officials in Slovakia who then remitted some of the material to Austria.
Devonshires wins Housing Finance Award
The ‘Best Professional Services Firm’ recognises an organisation which has demonstrated a high quality and comprehensive service to clients, added value and exceptional quality of advice.
Are you ready? The MHCLG issues non statutory guidance on the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018
The Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 will come into force on the 20 March 2019.
Right to Rent scheme causes discrimination and deemed incompatible with European Convention on Human Rights
The Right to Rent Scheme requires private landlords and registered providers to check the immigration status of tenants and potential tenants.
Changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax Returns Submission Deadlines
Changes to submitting Stamp Duty Land Tax Returns to HMRC.
No legal duty to consult when a public policy is being changed
Hetal Ruparelia from our Housing Management Team recently acted for Leighton Linsdale Town Council.
Devonshires recognised for environmental sustainability
We are delighted to have been awarded with a Gold Award with Special Commendation under the Clean City Awards Scheme.
Devonshires shortlisted in the Housing Finance Awards 2019
Devonshires is one of three firms in the running for ‘Best Professional Services Firm’.
Happy Anniversary to our Leeds Office
Happy Anniversary to our Leeds Office which today celebrates two years since its opening.
Devonshires successfully defend High Court Appeal regarding Public Sector Equality Duty
Devonshires represented Aldwyck Housing Group in respect of its claim for possession and subsequent Tenant appeal against an outright possession order.
Plans for a Housing Complaints Resolution Service announced.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) has recently announced new proposals to overhaul housing related complaints.
Is your tall building safe? – A checklist to comply with new Government Guidance
Mark London, Matthew Cocklin and Conor Rodgers consider what practical steps owners of tall buildings should take to comply with Advice Note 14.