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Publications: Charlotte Cook

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E:gen - September 2014

Welcome to the September 2014 issue of E:gen. In this issue we look at the topics of professional consultants' obligations to third parties, points to consider on commencement of a planning permission as well as residential tenants' right of first refusal, amongst others.

(Publication Date: Thu 18 Sep 2014)

E:gen - July 2014

Welcome to the July 2014 issue of E:gen. In this issue we look at the topics of residential service charges, the establishment of Housing Zones across London, as well as new capital allowances for property transactions, amongst others.

(Publication Date: Tue 01 Jul 2014)

E:gen - April 2014

Welcome to the April 2014 issue of E:gen. In this issue we look at the topic of collateral warranties, the latest on affordable home ownership schemes, as well as the impact of the recent floods on developers and the resources available to prevent risk.

(Publication Date: Mon 14 Apr 2014)

E:gen - October 2013

Welcome to the October 2013 issue of E:gen. This time topics include developments and the various tactics aimed at delaying their progression, matters to consider for developers in terms of neighbourly effects as well as the 'final step' that is often overlooked by developers - disposing of the freehold or leasehold reversionary interest of a development.

(Publication Date: Wed 23 Oct 2013)

Charlotte Cook writes for Housing LIN's

Partner Charlotte Cook has written an article for Housing Learning and Improvement Network's (Housing LIN) "Get Smart" Guide entitled 'Innovation in extra care housing - capital investment'.

(Publication Date: Wed 02 Jan 2013)

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