As the energy crisis grows, more and more landowners are being approached about leasing their land for solar farms. But what steps do landowners need to take to ensure they do not get adversely caught up in the new “energy gold rush”?
Whilst trees certainly have a great deal of amenity value (in 2008 a Victoria Plane in London was valued at £750,000), to say nothing …
The Environmental Social Governance (ESG) criteria which replaces what most of us previously recognised as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), is a significant revision and clarification of the principles by which businesses are being measured by consumers and society in general.
Employee ownership trusts (EOTs) are an increasingly popular vehicle that can benefit an organisation’s shareholders and its employees.
Rural and private client lawyer Luke Busbridge peers through his looking glass to consider estate planning during the COVID-19 restrictions.
Managing property has been through a number of changes brought in due to COVID-19. Here’s our short and snappy guide to what’s new and what’s coming up.
The Forfeiture Act prevents a person who has unlawfully killed another person from inheriting their estate, but are there exceptions?
We don’t have a crystal ball, but we have been talking to lots of landowners recently. Here David Towns reveals what his landed estate clients feel the future holds.
With more people exploring their local area during Lockdown, we examine the ‘dos and don’ts’ for private landowners whose land is subject to public rights of way.
The Coronavirus has seen the UK public retreat on a mass scale to the comfort of their own homes with the country in effect …