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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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Maintaining development with balanced exposure – Joint Ventures are demonstrating flexibility
The Government has been clear in its messages recently that the housing market is one of the key pillars of the economy and that ways to ensure delivery of new homes is essential.
Moving to the cloud: 10 things
Contemplating a move to the cloud? Whether you are contracting with a small supplier for a single purpose application, or upgrading your entire IT infrastructure, there are advantages to be gained from a move to the cloud.
Update: Building Safety Fund
In March 2020, the Government announced that it would be launching a new £1bn Building Safety Fund to provide funding to both public and private sector building owners for the remediation of external wall systems containing dangerous non-aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding in buildings over 18m.
When we meet again: Top 10 Things to think about in return from lockdown
The ‘end’ of lockdown is now on the horizon. That will throw up a whole new set of challenges. In this article Neil Toner, our Head of Real Estate, looks at his Top 10.  
Making difficult decisions doesn’t mean they should be avoided
It is acknowledged that the implications of COVID-19 will be felt for many years.
Organising your way through COVID-19
Nonetheless, the unprecedented scale with which the COVID-19 pandemic has reached presents care providers with challenges that require swift decision making that can have implications for the ongoing success of the service they provide.
Getting it right when things go wrong: how to ensure compliance with the Duty of Candour
Regrettably there are going to be occasions where things go wrong when providing care and support. While it is important to ensure the necessary steps are taken to put things right, do not lose sight of the duty of candour.
Managing tenancies where your resident lacks mental capacity: a step by step guide
The starting point is that if a person lacks the mental capacity to sign a tenancy agreement, anyone intending to sign the agreement on the person’s behalf can only do so with the authorisation of the Court of Protection or where they have an Enduring/Lasting Power of Attorney (‘LPA’) or are a court appointed Deputy.
Adapting to challenges of COVID-19: step-down & temporary accommodation
Many Registered Providers, Care Home Operators and other building owners have been approached to assist in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in various ways including permitting use of their buildings and facilities.
Care Brief – Spring 2020
Welcome to the new edition of our Care Brief.
Is furlough possible for organisations in receipt of public funding for staff costs?
When the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was first announced, many organisations welcomed it with open arms.
Continuing a development pipeline post COVID-19
Housing Associations are focusing their response to the outbreak on key priorities including keeping their residents safe, supporting their staff and working with their key stakeholders including local authorities and the NHS to support critical services.