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From thought leadership pieces to basic training resources, our lawyers regularly produce leaflets, briefings, newsletters and brochures. Our aim is to help keep our clients ahead of the curve.

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Latest MHCLG Advice for Owners of Multi-Storey and Multi-Occupied Residential Buildings
In our new publication, we discuss the latest MHCLG Advice for Owners of Multi-Storey and Multi-Occupied Residential Buildings, and the impact it will have.
Managing mental health in the workplace
What are employers’ legal responsibilities when an employee needs mental health support?
EWS1: External Wall Fire Review and what it means for Tall Building owners
In this article we consider the RICS form EWS1: External Wall Fire Review (“EWS1”) and what it means for Tall Building owners.
Insurers: sign-up to speedy justice
Shorter and flexible trial schemes - why aren’t insurers using them more?
Tech is helping vulnerable residents stay independent
Assistive technology is revolutionising the way housing associations operate and interact with their elderly residents, helping them live at home for longer.
“Am I bovvered?” … if councils manage RPs’ stock
Apparently it’s too much bother for Esther McVey to tell Parliament what she thinks about councils managing the housing stock of Registered Providers (RPs). It is, nevertheless, a live debate.
Development uncertainty continuing in the Solent Area
A recent decision to refuse an extra bedroom in a Portsmouth House in Multiple Occupation on the grounds that it would cause harm to the environment is a reminder of the effect of Natural England’s (NE) advice about nitrate pollution in the Solent area.
Inspectors report on the draft London Plan published
The London Plan is the statutory Spatial Development Strategy for Greater London prepared by the Mayor of London. A panel of Inspectors, appointed by the Secretary of State to examine the draft London Plan, have published their report.
Complying with the Equity Loan Scheme
In our new article, we discuss the success of the help to buy equity loan scheme and the care that providers need to take in order to comply with consumer credit or regulated mortgage legislation.
Statutory Demands – An effective tool to collecting debts?
So, you are a small business and are owed £5,000 for unpaid invoices by a supplier. But you have received no response or any payment. Would sending a statutory demand be a useful tool for you to use to collect the debt?
Shared Ownership: time to think again
In our new article, Jonathan Corris and Jonathan Jarvis, Partners, discuss how the market could finally be warming to the benefits of Shared Ownership.
Approved Document B: New and Improved
This article sets out the changes and clarifications made, particularly in Approved Document B: Volume 2, specifically Section 12.