Thu 26 Nov 2015
The Government spending review has been eagerly awaited by Schools. Here are some of the key headlines...
Thu 23 Jul 2015
The EFA have issued the updated Academies Finance Handbook, which comes into force on 1 September 2015 for all Academy Trust Companies (ATCs). Accounts for the year ending 31 August 2015 must comply with the 2014 Handbook.
Fri 19 Sep 2014
Mr Arnaud Barge a 40 year old Head of Modern Foreign Languages previously working in Bromley has been banned from teaching for life by the Secretary of State following a Panel hearing before the National College for Teaching and Learning, subject to his right of appeal.
Housing Market for Older People
Mon 18 Jul 2016
Much has been made in the housing press of the recently reported proposed 120,000 home ‘mega merger’ between Sanctuary Group and housing&care21, and they are not alone. Consolidation in the social housing sector is gathering pace.
Tue 31 May 2016
Much of the discussion around housing an older population has focused on extra-care accommodation. But, says Charlotte Cook, multi-generation homes are still high on the agenda.
Mon 04 Apr 2016
Whilst debate continues surrounding the provision of housing for first time buyers, it is worth noting the disproportionate level of home ownership among the over 55s and how constant that has remained over the last 40 years.
Family Law Q&A with Katie Spooner
Thu 09 Feb 2017
I am going through a divorce and a friend of mine told me that I should get a financial order. What is it and why is it so important?
Tue 31 Jan 2017
I am getting married and my friend has told me to get a pre-nup as I have property and a business of significant value. What is the point as I did not think pre-nups were binding in this country? My fiancée and I plan to live in the property I inherited from my parents but she understands that if we divorce that property will remain mine. I am going to keep it in my sole name. I also intend to employ my fiancée to handle the PR for my business but she will not be given any shares or directors rights. Is that not sufficient?
Mon 28 Nov 2016
I am going to a mediation to discuss my divorce. It's not amicable and I’m concerned about confidentiality. If we can't come to an agreement in the mediation, can what I say during the session be used against me in any way in court?