Our blog provides you with updates and points of view on different aspects of law that can affect individuals and businesses.

Posts are written by some of our partners, senior solicitors and solicitors.

Will an environmental group win its legal bid to reverse the Government’s new flexible change of use and residential development rights?

12 October 2020

An ongoing court hearing may have consequences for anyone who has or is planning to, change the use of their commercial premises or extend their house or build new dwellings on top of existing buildings on the back of Government regulation changes. Commercial property solicitor Ben Cox looks at the case in more detail and its potential ramifications

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Legal medical expert asks if drones and human flight will transform patient care in the future?

30 September 2020

HUMAN jet-powered flight is the latest high-tech innovation that could revolutionise health care, improving diagnosis and the speed of treatment for patients.

That’s the view of Lincoln-based medical negligence legal specialist Jonathan Baker, who was reflecting on the news this week of a jet-powered ‘paramedic’ trial in the Lake District.

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PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE Part 2: The Government’s sweeping new proposals for property development

24 September 2020

In the second of this special two-part blog, our Commercial Property Partner Andrew Harbourne looks at the final of the ‘three Pillars’, which is ‘Planning for infrastructure and connected places’.

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PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE: The Government’s sweeping new proposals for property development

22 September 2020

In the first of a special two-part blog, our Commercial Property Partner Andrew Harbourne examines the much discussed and highly important Government consultation paper, Planning For The Future.

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Will the events surrounding the 2020 exam results lead to a rise in subject access requests?

16 September 2020

As University beckons this month, thousands of students will be putting the well-publicised issues that surrounded their 2020 A Level and GCSE results behind them as they look to their futures.

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