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We regularly produce legal briefings, newsletters, practice leaflets, books and brochures on a wide range of topics.

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Publications: Real Estate

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E:gen - July 2017

Welcome to the July edition of E:gen, Winckworth Sherwood's Regeneration and Development Newsletter. In this edition we look at the ongoing review of cladding materials following the Grenfell Tower fire; the impact housing may have had on votes in the General Election; the deregulatory measures now in place for the Social Housing sector; restrictive covenants and whether the Community Right to Bid is a barrier to development.

(Publication Date: Wed 05 Jul 2017)

E:gen - April 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of E:gen, Winckworth Sherwood's Regeneration and Development Newsletter. In this edition, we look at why Japanese Knotweed is an important consideration in estate management; insuring against Rights of Light risk; VAT zero-rate in construction projects; the variation of development agreements and the options available when disputing a construction contract.

(Publication Date: Fri 28 Apr 2017)

Consumer Code : Fourth Edition - April 2017

The new edition of the Consumer Code for Homebuilders comes into effect on 1st April 2017. This Briefing highlights some of the issues that may be of interest to our housebuilder and developer clients.

(Publication Date: Fri 31 Mar 2017)

Rent Deposit Deeds: held by trust or by charge?

Rent deposits are a popular type of security taken by landlords to insure against the risk of a tenant failing to pay rent or breaching certain covenants in the lease. The two most common methods of holding a rent deposit are by a charge or by a trust. This Briefing will assess the advantages and disadvantages of both.

(Publication Date: Tue 21 Mar 2017)

E:gen - February 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of E:gen, Winckworth Sherwood's Regeneration and Development Newsletter. In this edition, we look at the modification of restrictive covenants and how a recent case offers hope for challenged developers; proposed changes to the process for completion notices; rights to park and the importance of agreeing contractual terms up-front.

(Publication Date: Thu 16 Feb 2017)

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