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Wayleaves, telecommunications and utility agreements

Enabling utilities and communication services to businesses and the general public usually requires agreement with landowners for the grant of rights for the installation service media such as solar panels,…

Pension Property

The purchase of commercial property through individual and company pension schemes (SIPPs and SASSs) continues to be a popular option, as it offers not only asset diversification in a tax…

Landlord and Tenant

Harrison Drury has a specialist team to advise you on all aspects of Landlord and Tenant law, whether you are a property investment company, have a buy to let portfolio,…

Landed Estates

Our Landed Estates specialist team is formed of experienced solicitors who deal with all aspects of property and ancillary trusts of Landed Estates, whether they are Settled Estates or other…

Charity Property

You need legal advisers who will guide you through compliance with your obligations in respect of any transaction you intend to undertake; whether that is your intention to relocate either…

Commercial Development

Harrison Drury’s experienced commercial development lawyers understand the challenges you face in taking a deal from the initial concept through to completion.  We deal with industrial sites and warehouses, offices,…

Agricultural Property

Our agricultural team have over 100 years of experience and are committed in not only providing specialist advice to their clients but also understanding your business and the challenges the…

What happens to the family farm in…

Harrison Drury’s divorce and family law team, considers some of the difficulties that can arise when dealing with a family farm upon divorce. A divorce involving a family farm can…

FIFA strengthens employment protection for football coaches…

Harrison Drury’s sports sector team, consider the FIFA Council’s recent decision to approve landmark reforms to better protect football coaches and female players. Due to increased development and participation in…

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,…

The impact of energy efficiency regulations on…

Many landowners have diversified into providing commercial premises by converting historic farms buildings. Given the age of some of these buildings, they risk breaching MEES regulations come 2023. Lucy Beachell,…

Is an athlete an employee?

Harrison Drury’s sports sector team, consider the case of Varnish v British Cycling, in light of the recent decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal. In July 2020, the Employment Appeal…

Mixed-use Stamp Duty Land Tax: When can…

Lucy Beachell from Harrison Drury’s rural sector team outlines how different approaches to purchasing rural property can reduce the stamp duty land tax liability. He also reinforces the importance in…

Residential landlords update: Prepare now to reactivate…

Colin Fenny, 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…

Dairy Response Fund – Support launched for…

Following increasing pressure from several agricultural organisations, including The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF), the NFU, and others, a new hardship fund for dairy farmers has now opened.…

Rights and remedies for tenants and landlords…

Colin Fenny, property litigation specialist at Harrison Drury, offers guidance on how landlords and tenants can reach agreements regarding rent payments and take a proactive approach to renegotiating a lease.…

Is it possible to own ‘wildlife’ when…

Senior associate solicitor, Wendy Newbury, from our commercial property team, highlights a recent case in the Court of Appeal. It challenges whether or not coarse fish kept in man-made lakes…

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