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Property Charging – how is it affected by COVID-19?
As practical difficulties start to materialise, we look at 7 key issues registered providers should consider when charging properties and provide short-term mitigating solutions where possible.
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – following 15 April 2020 Government guidance
Another week in to the Covid-19 crisis and another iteration of the Government’s guidance about its revolutionary new Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the Scheme) has been released.
10 Things Affecting the Property World – COVID-19
The Coronavirus has had a dramatic impact on all our lives over the last few weeks with the population being required to understand and adapt to new social norms such as self-isolation and social distancing to slow the spread of the virus.
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Vicarious Liability and Data Breaches
Following last week’s Supreme Court judgment in the Morrison Supermarkets case, we use this blog article as an update on vicarious liability and how employers can protect themselves.
Government response to the ‘Building a Safer Future’ consultation
Last week the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government released a response to the ‘Building a Safer Future’ consultation that began in June 2019.
The effects of Covid-19 on essential safety works
Following the restrictions introduced on 23 March 2020, the Government indicated that essential building works should continue. But what does this mean for contractors and how can this be done subject to public health guidance, in particular social distancing?
Commercial tenancies – 10 steps to take to protect your assets in unfamiliar times
10 points for you to consider when reviewing your commercial property portfolios
D-BRIEF – Employment & Pensions Blog: Increase in the Vento Bands
Compensation awarded in discrimination claims can come under a number of different heads of loss.
A grudge, a data leak and Morrisons – the Supreme Court decides
Morrisons has been found not to be vicariously liable for a data breach concerning the leak of the personal data of its employees.
Planning through Coronavirus
What measures are required to help to modernise the planning system and keep it moving during the current lock down of development sites due to Coronavirus (Covid-19)?
Housing Management Brief: Issue 25
In this edition we discuss set about trying to debunk the myths of Subject Access Requests, the advantages and disadvantages of Property Guardian Companies (PGC's) and why electrical safety inspections really do matter.
PSED breach not fatal to claim for possession
Yesterday the Court of Appeal gave judgement in the case of Luton Community Housing Limited (LCH) v Durdana [2020] EWCA Civ 445.