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New EPC ratings: How green is your…

The government has committed that from 2025, all new rental properties will be required to have an EPC rating of C or above. Hasin Amin, a solicitor in our property…

Succession of agricultural tenancies – how to…

Agricultural tenancies are very common, and often the tenancy enables the family to continue farming the land after the death or retirement of the tenant. Joseph Mitchell from Harrison Drury’s…

The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act

After the government has issued many press releases heavy on ideas yet light on detail, the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act is now in force, and the long moratorium has ended.…

Can a commercial landlord terminate a tenancy…

Hasin Amin, a solicitor in our property litigation team at Harrison Drury, refers to a recent case Macey v Pizza Express (Restaurants) Ltd [2021] EWHC 2847 (Ch) to explain what…

How to recover agricultural land from tenants…

Woodland is becoming ever more important with more landowners looking to implement woodland schemes. Focusing on the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986, Joseph Mitchell, an associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s property…

COVID-19 update: Commercial landlords and tenants

With lockdowns still in place across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, there is no respite to the challenges facing the commercial property sector. Hayley Bamber and Abbie Seed,…

Residential landlords update: Prepare now to reactivate…

Hayley Bamber, of Harrison Drury’s property litigation team, explains what landlords need to be aware of after the introduction of new legislation and updated Practice Direction 55C. On 26 March,…

Are written tenancy agreements really that important…

Nicola Beneduce, from our commercial property team, highlights some of the pitfalls associated with not having a comprehensive written tenancy agreement in place for an agricultural tenancy. When an agreement…

Managing residential lettings on rural properties

Lucy Beachell from our commercial property team highlights how the recent tightening of regulations to prevent the letting of ‘sub-standard’ properties affects farm tenancies and rural residential lettings. The let…

Turnover Rent: A future consideration for commercial…

Senior associate solicitor, Hannah Hughes, offers an alternative arrangement that may be suitable for future commercial property leases to improve business relationships between landlords and tenants during times of financial…

Coronavirus: How to preserve commercial landlord and…

Laura Bradley, from Harrison Drury’s commercial property team, offers some practical steps for commercial landlords to consider in order to protect their interests during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus COVID-19…

Coronavirus Act 2020: Implications for landlords and…

Harrison Drury’s Hayley Bamber and Abbie Seed look at the Coronavirus Act 2020 in more detail, the importance of entering into a rent deferral agreement and why rent deferral arrangements…

The Coronavirus Bill – what it means…

Harrison Drury’s Hayley Bamber and Abbie Seed look at how the Coronavirus Bill, recently proposed by the government, will help support landlords and tenants regarding lease payments and protect residential…

Coronavirus – Do my obligations under a…

Harrison Drury’s Laura Bradley looks at how coronavirus may impact on lease agreements between landlords and tenants. Due to recent developments globally, in the UK some businesses have remained open…

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