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Achieving £400Bn In Annual Financial Output And 4 Million New Jobs Are Targets Under The Government’s Vision For The Oxford-Cambridge Arc
Connecting the internationally recognised academic and research powerhouses of Cambridge and Oxford by way of new infrastructure links across the region and ramping up digital connectivity between individuals, organisations and businesses occupying the zone is all part of the ambition.
Following the recent case of WH Smith and Commerz Real Investmentgesellshaft MBH (see here), it seemed that courts would impose pandemic rent suspension clauses more readily. However, this was not the case in Poundland Limited v Toplain Ltd (“Poundland"),
On 12 May 2021, the government introduced the Leasehold Reform (Ground Rent) Bill into the House of Lords. The Bill was announced in the Queens Speech. This is the government’s response to the concerns which have been raised about the future level of some ground rents and how they are calculated.
The TUC recently called for Long Covid to be recognised as a disability for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010 (“2010 Act”), a survey showing that employees and others who were suffering from its symptoms were regularly experiencing workplace discrimination.*
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. These are precisely what the government introduced in its emergency Coronavirus Act 2020 (the Act).
Certificates Of Lawfulness – Must The Period Of Immunity Be Continuous Up To The Date Of Application?
The Planning Court has recently clarified some important legal issues concerning how the immunity timescales apply to applications for certificates of lawfulness. In particular, whether the immunity can be lost where the relevant period, though earlier satisfied, is not continuous as at the date of the application.
Evan Hughes, a farmer based in Anglesey, died in March 2017 aged 84. At his death, Evan owned a considerable amount of land as well as a shareholding in a family building business. He had three children: Elfed, Carys and Gareth.
The UK’s tax year for individuals runs from 6 April to the following 5 April. This has been the case for hundreds of years. However, on 4 June 2021, the Office of Tax Simplification (‘OTS’) published a document detailing the scope of a new review as to the implications of moving the tax year end date from 5 April to 31 March for individuals.
Barry Morris died on 2 February 2018 leaving the residue of his estate equally between his five children: Alan, Sharon, Roger, Kim and Karl.
The Trust Registration Service (‘TRS’) has been in existence since 2017. Since the implementation of the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, there is now a requirement for all express trusts to be registered on the service.