Solicitors in Essex, Colchester, Chelmsford, London – Fisher Jones Greenwood

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Residents oppose planning application for quarry use, citing huge risk to water supply 15 May 2019 by Ellen Petersen

An interesting summary by property and housing chambers at 4-5 Grays Inn Square…

Net Zero Carbon buildings by 2050 – new framework published 13 May 2019 by Ellen Petersen

Following a published consultation in February 2019 (for a definition of “net zero…

The future of the High Street… 10 May 2019 by Ellen Petersen

What does the Future Look like for the High Street? Following on from…

High Street shopping a gloomy experience? 7 May 2019 by Ellen Petersen

Is High Street shopping now a gloomy experience? By its trading update for…

Looking ‘up’ for development opportunities 29 April 2019 by Ellen Petersen

Fisher Jones Greenwood are currently acting on the grant of a new commercial…

New RICS Code of Practice relating to service charges in commercial property 1 April 2019 by Ellen Petersen

Effective from 1 April 2019. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) professional…

Health and safety concerns for commercial premises 26 March 2019 by Ellen Petersen

In acting for commercial landlord or tenant clients, we are always asked to…

How can a business lease be brought to an end? 20 March 2019 by Ellen Petersen

We are often asked by commercial tenants (and landlords), how a business lease…

Is a landlord entitled to withhold consent to a tenant request to assign or underlet a business tenancy? 20 March 2019 by Natasha Swift

The Landlord and Tenant Act 1988 imposes various duties on a landlord in…

R (Goloshvili) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department and Liberty 19 March 2019 by Ellen Petersen

Notice of Letting to a Disqualified Person. R (Goloshvili) v. Secretary of State…

Ways in which you can buy or sell development land 6 February 2019 by Natasha Swift

There are many types of commercial contracts which can be entered into by…

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