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John Lewis: Never Knowingly Underdeveloped

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Last week, it was announced that retailer John Lewis is planning to turn retail space it no longer needs into mixed-use affordable housing . This would see commercial retail estate repurposed to, what John Lewis chairwoman Dame Sharon White described as,...

Commercial landlords and tenants: what do we do once the lockdown ends?

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With the government confirming today (16 th April) that the lockdown restrictions will continue for at least another three weeks, it is still uncertain as to when and how this situation will be resolved. For most properties, the exact solution will be...

Coronavirus Act 2020: Section 82 - Business tenancies in England and Wales: protection from forfeiture etc

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Few of us would have imagined even a few weeks ago that I would be writing an article with the title above. We live in strange times. The purpose of this article is to give some advice to commercial landlords and tenants about what the Coronavirus Act 2020...

Coronavirus - Advice for Commercial Landlords & Tenants

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COVID-19 is changing the face of the legal workplace. Lawyers and their clients are going to have to adapt rapidly. What does this mean for commercial landlords and tenants ? All the advice and guidance we have seen so far relates to the residential...

Recent developments in commercial property

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The property industry comes across many changes and developments which are important to keep up with. One of the most significant recent developments is the changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) regime. It’s now necessary to file the tax...