The Government recently announced a business rate holiday for all leisure, hospitality and retail businesses in the UK due to the impact on the sector caused by the coronavirus pandemic. There is no such relief however for businesses who have not been...
Warner Goodman LLP and Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association are delighted to announce they will be continuing with their partnership for a consecutive sixth year. Claire Battye, Commercial Property Partner in Portsmouth, explains why the firm has...
Our Commercial division have expanded their expertise in their support for businesses with the introduction of two new Solicitors; Molly Siggs and Naushad Rahman.
The teams at Warner Goodman LLP and Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association are both celebrating this week, after the success of their joint social media campaign during Down Syndrome Awareness Week; the fifth consecutive year Warner Goodman have supported the Portsmouth based charity. During the week, which ran from Monday 19th March to Sunday 25th March, the law firm pledged to donate £1 for every new like to the charity’s Facebook page, up to a total of £2,000.
Warner Goodman LLP have been proudly working in partnership with Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association since 2014 to raise awareness and vital funds for the charity, and 2018 will be no different. Claire Battye, Commercial Property Partner, explains how National Down Syndrome Awareness Week will be supported this year, and how people across Hampshire can help.
The teams at Warner Goodman LLP and Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association are both celebrating this week, after the success of their joint social media campaign during Down Syndrome Awareness Week!
Down Syndrome Awareness Week has become an important part of the Warner Goodman LLP calendar, as this marks an annual campaign for local charity, Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association (Portsmouth DSA).
Sunday 23rd October will see twelve members of Hampshire law firm, Warner Goodman LLP, take part in the Great South Run. The runners will proudly be donning their running shoes in support of local charity, Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association (Portsmouth DSA).
Hampshire based law firm Warner Goodman LLP are proud to announce they are sponsors of Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association’s Awareness Week for the third year in a row.
Celebrating International Women’s week, we speak to some of the female partners at Warner Goodman and find out how they found the path into Law - Sarah Whitemore, Employment Partner.
National Down Syndrome Awareness Week recently took place between 16th – 22nd March and in order to raise awareness, Hampshire based law firm Warner Goodman LLP joined forces with Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association for the second year running with an ambitious Facebook campaign.
We are proud to announce they are sponsors of Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association’s Awareness Week for the second year in a row. This year the week will be held from 16th – 22nd March 2015 and here Claire Battye, Commercial Property Partner, explains why they have chosen to continue with sponsorship and explains how you can help raise awareness of this important charity.
The team, which predominantly works with high net worth investors, entrepreneurs, clients acquiring premises for their business, and land security work for institutional and private lenders, was once run by just one partner and two support staff. As a consequence of an overwhelming increase in demand during the last 12 months, the team has more than doubled and now comprises of Claire Battye, Jane Futrille, Alexandra Savage, Carolyn Connelly, Emma Lee, Joanna Thompson and Georgina Savage.
Hampshire based law firm Warner Goodman LLP are proud to announce they are sponsors of Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association’s Down Syndrome Awareness Week, to be held from 17th – 23rd March 2014. Claire Battye, Commercial Property Partner, explains how you can help raise awareness of this important charity.
Here we highlight the pitfalls that can occur regarding Stamp Duty Land Tax on an apparently straightforward transaction involving several leasehold warehouse properties. A recent deal is used as an example, with names changed for confidentiality.
With new permitted development rights recently being announced regarding converting commercial property into residential housing our Commercial Property Team look here at the reasons behind the changes, the positive effect this could have on the Hampshire housing market, and what to look out for if you, or your clients wish to buy office space to convert into residential housing.
Property owners may have less reason to be alarmed over changes in air-con regulation than might be suggested by recent press coverage of R22 fluid claims Claire Battye, Commercial Property Partner.
Since the Chancellor announced his Budget back in March, much has been written about the recent introduction of a 7% Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) rate on the purchase of high value residential properties over £2 million (15% if purchased through an offshore company).