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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…

Samantha Faud

Senior Associate Solicitor

Kristian Torgersen

Apprentice Solicitor

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.…

Entrepreneur opens Thai restaurant with ‘street market’…

A business graduate from Lancaster University has opened a Thai restaurant in the heart of Lancaster. Jing Pongwisaitat, founder of TwoThai restaurant, seeks to offer an authentic Thai street food…

Accommodation for agricultural workers

It is not uncommon for farms to provide accommodation for its workers. Joseph Mitchell, an associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s property litigation team, looks at some of the common pitfalls…

Rangi Chase – Rugby player’s reduced ban…

Harrison Drury’s sports sector team, considers UK Anti-Doping’s recent decision to ban Rangi Chase from sport for one month and the factors surrounding violations during in-competition and out-of-competition periods. Earlier…

23/02/22

Committed carers Cheryl and Kirk become new…

A respected Lytham care home which has been providing care for over 40 years has been taken over by new owners. Westholme Care Home, based in Victoria Road in the…

Can a commercial landlord terminate a tenancy…

Alex Walmsley, 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…

An introduction to the Environment Act 2021…

In November 2021, the Environment Act 2021 became law introducing a wave of measures set to impact land and property developers. Alex Walmsley, solicitor in Harrison Drury’s property litigation department,…

What are the latest rules on face…

Malcolm Ireland, head of the Leisure and Licensing team at Harrison Drury, summarises the new coronavirus regulations on face coverings and COVID-19 passes introduced in December 2021 (Last updated December…

Joseph Mitchell

Senior Associate Solicitor

Looking after your hospitality staff in a…

Harrison Drury’s employment law team, outlines the key considerations that employers within the hospitality sector should make to ensure to protect both an employees’ rights as well as their health…

Blackpool holiday firm toasts latest expansion

A Blackpool-based provider of self-catering holiday accommodation is toasting the staycation boom after its latest expansion allowed it to create jobs and offer guests a new bespoke drinks service. Blackpool…

Carbon management for rural business – What…

As part of Harrison Drury’s series of updates on new funding options available to rural businesses, we spoke with Simon Haley and Simon Travis of Carbon Metrics, a North West…

Guidance to protect employees and customers in…

As the latest easing of lockdown commenced on July 19, 2021, the government has issued guidance for people who work in, or run restaurants, pubs and cafes and similar venues…

Sports law expert Matthew Astley is appointed…

Matthew Astley, head of the sports law team at Harrison Drury has been appointed to The Football Association’s National Serious Case Panel for the 2021-22 football season. As part of…

22/07/21
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