Publications

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

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Publications: Local and Central Government

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The Implications of LB Ealing v HMRC (Case C-633/15)

As many may be aware, sporting services provided by an eligible not-for-profit body are treated as VAT exempt. Whilst exempt bodies usually lose entitlement to reclaim their own VAT costs, more often than not, there’s a net commercial and financial benefit from not applying VAT to the supply. Conversely, for-profit providers must charge and account for VAT on their equivalent activities.

(Publication Date: Wed 18 Oct 2017)

The Role of the Local Authority in the Development Consent Order Process

A briefing which looks in particular at the role of the local authority in the Development Consent Order (DCO) process.

(Publication Date: Mon 26 Jun 2017)

Procurement - A case law update

This briefing is a reminder, by reference to two recently reported cases, of the time limits within which challenges under the Public Contract Regulations 2006 (“the Regulations”) may be brought, the difficulties which a lack of information creates, and the court’s approach.

(Publication Date: Mon 05 Aug 2013)

The Right To Challenge

The Coalition Government's programme contained two commitments in relation to public sector workers. These have been translated into the Localism Act 2011 (Sections 81 to 86). Our brochure looks at the Localism Act and how these commitments have been translated.

(Publication Date: Thu 19 Jan 2012)

The Localism Act: Key Provisions

(Publication Date: Tue 17 Jan 2012)

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