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UK Energy Performance: "B" prepared for new 2030 MEES ratings

A crucial change of approach and the introduction of new compliance windows could be on the horizon in the UK for the non-domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES).

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UK telecoms: Landlords take note: new process will accelerate broadband access for resi tenants

Amendments to the 2017 Electronic Communications Code have been introduced to reduce to six weeks the process by which network operators may get access to multi-let residential properties....

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The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) for commercial property in England and Wales
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MEES came into force in respect of the grant or renewal of commercial leases on 1 April 2018, and will apply in respect of continuing commercial leases on 1 April 2023, setting a minimum...

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Hogan Lovells and CBRE - 2021 Hotel Conference

Hogan Lovells and CBRE were delighted to recently welcome clients and contacts to our annual hotel industry conference, held virtually for the first time.

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UK COVID-19: Government announces further extension to protections for commercial tenants

The government announced on 10 March 2021 that it will be extending the current protections that have been afforded to commercial tenants as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic....

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Protect Duty: What does this new duty mean for owners and operators?
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Owners and operators of commercial properties could soon be required by law to consider the adequacy of security measures, systems and processes adopted at their sites and take steps to...

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Try, try (and try again)? – The meaning of contractual “endeavours” clauses

The tension over COVID-19 vaccine supplies has thrust the thorny issue of interpreting “endeavours” clauses back onto centre stage. But what are they, why are they used and what ...

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New judgement on § 313 of the German Civil Code (BGB) in connection with COVID-19

Consequences for the hotel industryAccording to a recent judgement of the Regional Court of Munich, the circumstances of the specific individual case must still be taken into account when ...

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Public land and the “Right to Regenerate”

In a bid to increase the amount of land available for development, the government has launched a consultation seeking views on the proposed relaunch of the existing "Right to...

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