Newsletters

Welcome to the latest newsletters.  Please select your area of interest to see the latest newsletters.
Planning
Employment
Construction

Business Services
Architects and Planning
Estate Agents and Letting Agents

Planning   

Planning Newsletter - May 2017

In this issues we look at:

  • The Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017
  • Permissions in Prinicple Order 2017
 
 

Planning Newsletter - March 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • The latest position on starter homes
  • Proposed amendments to the NPPF
  • Permission in principle, dispute resolution for s106 Agreements and further reforms
  • We also report on the Supreme Court decision in the Daventry case

Planning Newsletter - July 2016

In this issue we look at:

  • A few of the provisions in the 2016 Act which have come into force
  • Recent case law on the interpretation of the NPPF
  • We comment on the West Berkshire judgement
 
Employment   

Employment & HR Newsletter - September 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Holiday pay update
  • Warning to HR advisors - how to ensure you don't overstep the mark in any disciplinary process
  • The Taylor Review of modern employment practices
  • Employment Tribunal fees found to be illegal
 

Employment & HR Newsletter - April 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Do's and Don'ts of dealing with employee sickness
  • Employee performance - are they 5 star or simply treading water?
  • Latest Employment Update - The only thing that is certain is change
 

Employment Newsletter - November 2016

In this issue we look at:

  • Changes in Employment Law and the implications of Brexit
  • The Do's and Don'ts of dealing with employee sickness
  • Looking into employee performance
 
Construction  

Spring Issue 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Corporate Piracy - is your corporate ID at risk?
  • An out-of-date local Plan isn't Carte Blanche for Development
  • Why making a Will as a Busienss Owner needs Additional Planning
  • Proving your point 
 

Autmun Issue 2016

In this issue we look at:

  • How a pilot scheme ran by the Technology and Construction Court aims to simplify dispute procedures and achieve faster, out-of-court settlements
  • Planning permission and the availability of land affecting the building of new homes
  • Find out more about fixed fee adjudication - what it is and how it works
 

Bath Architects and Planning Newsletter - June 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Permissions in Principle - secondary legislation now allow permission in principle to be granted ahead of planning applications
  • Out of date local plans and how they aren't carte blanch for developments
  • The Neighbourhood and Planning Act - what happens when it comes into force
  • Proving your point - Litigation can be expensive so whenever there is doubt as to causation there must be corresponding doubt of respect of liability
 

Wareham Architects and Planning Newsletter - June 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Starter Homes update - how provision in the Housing and Planning Act 2016 are going to work
  • Permissions in Principle - secondary legislation now allow permissions in principle to be granted ahead of planning applications
  • Out of date local plans and how they aren't carte blanch for developments
  • The Neighbourhood and Planning Act - what happens when it comes into force
 
 Business Services

 

Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 - Newsletter - September 2016

A snapshot guide to implementation and its impact on Directors and Company Secretaries.

 

Bath Business Newsletter - April 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Corporate Piracy - could your business be hijacked by criminals?
  • Why buisnesses need to keep track of their debts and how we can help
  • FAQs for Tradmarks - why should I register one?
 
 

Granby Business Newsletter - June 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • The only thing that's certain is change - Employment law update
  • Why making a Will as a business owner needs additional planning
  • Trademarks - what are they and why you should register one

Granby Business Newsletter - April 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Corporate Piracy - could your business be hijacked by criminals?
  • Why businesses need to keep track of their debts and how we can help 
  • How a pilot scheme ran by the Technology and Construction Court aims to simplify disputre procedures and achieve faster, out-of-court settlements

Estate Agents and Letting Agents

 

Wareham Estate and Letting Agents Newsletter - June 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • The latest position on starter homes, in partciular the Housing Planning Act 2016
  • Your Landlord and Tenant FAQs answered
  • Battens: The One Stop Shop for Debt Recovery
 
 

Creative Bath Awards Newsletter - June 2017

In this issue we look at:

  • Battens: The One Stop Shop for Debt Recovery
  • FAQs for Trademarks
  • Corporate Piracy - Is your Corporate ID at Risk?