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Tom Entwistle has invested in and developed commercial and residential properties since 1979 and later founded LandlordZONE back in 1999. editor@landlordzone.co.uk
The Coronavirus Act 2020 granted Welsh Ministers emergency powers to handle the COVID-19 pandemic independently, but this decision brings Wales in-line with England on the changes to the commercial tenancy eviction moratorium. The Act...
The major retail and leisure investor in London’s West End, Shaftesbury PLC, a Real Estate Investment Trust, has this week issued a trading statement for the period 1 April 2021 to 20 August 2021.
The sale of new boilers that are only able to run on natural gas could face being banned by 2026 according to recent information published by the UK government. The Government is currently consulting...
Bricks and mortar on the high street has seen a massive shift by UK property funds as they drastically cut their exposure when the Covid-19 pandemic took hold. Lock-down closures and the shift to on-line sales and...
The two tenant applicants, Jenny Dos Santos and Margarita Gandara brought the case against property agents L Hub London. The hearing was held by way of a remote video hearing, the only practical solution at the time,...
Owners (landlords) of commercial (business) premises and sometimes residential premises want to let to a tenant on a short term basis, but are fearful of creating a long-term arrangement such that the tenant cannot be removed if the landlord...
A policy paper outlining a process of binding arbitration, to be used only as a last resort, has recently been published. It explains how the legislation will determine how the arbitration process will be implemented between landlords...
Over recent years retail landlords have had to accept that they are in a tenants’ market, so even before Covid they already had to adapt or see their premises vacant for long periods. Covid just made this...
Government policy throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has been to help viable businesses - and the millions of jobs that they provide - to survive. Early on the government introduced measures to protect tenant businesses...
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick has received a call from The Commercial Tenants Association, representing around 500 businesses, from retailers to office and hotel tenants, arguing that the government impose the tenants’ concession on commercial landlords.