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Willans has joined forces with the Cheltenham Chamber of Commerce to offer a legal business clinic for local members.
In these economic times, commercial landlords are under increasing pressure from tenants to ensure that service charge costs are kept to a minimum, but there is a hidden danger, explains commercial property lawyer Susie Wynne.
Increasing pressure is being brought to bear by EU directives and UK legislation across all industries to reduce the so-called ‘carbon footprint’ and move towards a more ‘sustainable future’. The property industry is not immune, and building owners and occupiers can no longer ignore the impact of these policies.
Expert commercial property lawyer Alasdair Garbutt discusses the government’s flagship initiative for improving the energy efficiency of buildings in Great Britain. He outlines the stages and who it applies to.
It is common for tenants to make alterations to their properties. Generally these are approved by the landlord but not always.
A recent High Court decision is a reminder to landlords of the importance of checking their properties for any unauthorised alterations, explains Jonathan Mills of our commercial property department.
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