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Will transparent solar panels revolutionise the renewable energy market?

While the use of solar panels continues to grow, many are put off by their appearance and the possible 'uglification' of their property post-installation. That potential obstacle, however, could be about to…

28/04/16
Energy & Utilities
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Firm’s water partnership helps African community

Staff at Harrison Drury have played their part in helping a village in Zimbabwe gain access to safe drinking water, thanks to its partnership with office water supplier AquAid. Each…

25/04/16
HD News

Property and litigation hires ‘take firm to next level’

Harrison Drury has further strengthened its property and litigation expertise as three of the region’s most experienced lawyers join the firm. Allan Sumner, Mike Fetherstone and David Barnes have taken…

18/04/16
HD NewsLancaster OfficeProperty & Construction

The No Fault Divorce Bill: does blame really matter?

The No Fault Divorce Bill, which was introduced to parliament in October 2015, is due to have its second reading in the House of Commons on 22nd April. The bill…

15/04/16
Divorce

Will renewable energy play a growing part in the UK’s future?

When the topic of renewable energy arises, the common questions of impact and cost always crop up, and this inevitably leads on to more serious questions about just how much of…

13/04/16
Energy & Utilities

Tendering Criminal Legal Aid – What does it mean for law firms?

On 5th May this year over 1,600 law firms who currently provide legal aid criminal defence in England and Wales submitted a tender to the Ministry of Justice to continue…

08/04/16
Banking, Finance & Professional

Stamp duty on buy-to-let properties: Investors beware?

During his budget on March 16, chancellor George Osborne made some small but significant changes to his original proposals to introduce a higher rate of stamp duty land tax on…

07/04/16
Home & FamilyProperty & Construction

Personal Health Budgets: Is your practice compliant?

Planned changes to the way Clinical Commissioning Groups plan Personal Health Budgets could cause legal issues for GPs and their practices. David Edwards, head of the healthcare sector team at…

04/04/16
Healthcare

Blackpool’s enterprising future is ready for take-off

In the first in a series of articles on the leisure, tourism and retail sectors, Harrison Drury’s Roger Spence discusses the major opportunities on the radar for Blackpool. From closure…

31/03/16
Leisure, Tourism & Retail

Are pre-nuptial agreements legally binding?

Q. My fiancée and I are due to get married and we have discussed entering into a pre-nuptial agreement. We have both been married before and have grown up children,…

29/03/16
Marriage
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