On 1 st April 2020, the latest stage of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards was implemented, making it unlawful for landlords to continue domestic residential tenancies where the property has a rating of F or G on its Energy Performance Certificate...
Whether you are a landlord for a commercial or residential building, you will have certain responsibilities in relation to the presence of asbestos in your building. Alexandra Savage, Commercial Property Solicitor, explains more here about those obligations and the steps you should take if asbestos is discovered in your building.
The High Court has recently announced their decision in a pinnacle case regarding whether Brexit could frustrate a commercial property lease. Alexandra Savage , Commercial Property Solicitor in our Portsmouth office, reviews the outcome of the case....
An interesting and pinnacle case is about to go to court as to whether Brexit can frustrate a lease – bringing it to an end and releasing the parties from their obligations. Alexandra Savage, Commercial Property Solicitor, explains the facts of the...
Our Commercial division have expanded their expertise in their support for businesses with the introduction of two new Solicitors; Molly Siggs and Naushad Rahman.
Warner Goodman LLP’s Alex Savage has been rewarded for her dedication and ambition at this year’s annual LawNet Awards, as she was named Young Lawyer of the Year 2015.
Our Commercial Property Team has welcomed Alex Savage as their latest permanent member of staff as she qualifies as a solicitor.
In April 2010 The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 came into force under the Planning Act 2008. They are hoped to revitalise the planning process and regenerate communities – partly by using monies to be obtained from property developers. Alexandra Savage here reviews the regulations and what this means for commercial property developers now that more Authorities are beginning to implement the levy.
Following the recent case of Humber Oil Terminals Trustee Ltd v Associated British Ports  Alexandra Savage, Trainee Solicitor at Warner Goodman LLP, discusses an unusual argument used in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent the landlord taking possession.
Here we review a recent successful case where a tenant obtained reimbursement of advance paid rent relating to the period after a break date, and advises best practice for incorporating break clauses within commercial leases.