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Commercial Property

Business law firm supports thriving steakhouse group

Stockton based commercial law firm, The Endeavour Partnership, has been working with the region’s largest steakhouse group to support their ambitious plans for expansion.

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Electronic signatures: introducing tech to property transactions

In July, the Land Registry (LR) announced that it will start to accept electronically signed deeds used for registrable transactions such as transfers and leases, provided they have been signed using a commercial electronic signature platform such as DocuSign. This is intended to assist whilst Covid-19 restrictions are in place, but will no doubt continue […]

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Retail tenants should check the small print

As a fresh wave of lockdown measures cut across the UK with many retailers having to close until early December, retail tenants may be experiencing new concerns about how to pay the rent, but they probably have not thought about what might happen if their landlord gets into financial difficulty.

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Contentious cladding: the conversation continues

Following the Grenfell tragedy, the use of aluminium and polyethylene cladding (ACM) was banned on high-rise buildings in excess of 18 metres, in December 2018. Rarely for the UK, the law was even enacted retrospectively to require the removal of ACMs on buildings constructed prior.

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Posted in: Commercial Property Commercial Disputes

Law firm supports £9M deals to boost Middlesbrough regeneration

Teesside’s largest commercial law firm has played a key role in two deals totalling £9m which are set to have a major part in the regeneration of Middlesbrough’s town centre. The Endeavour Partnership has supported Middlesbrough Council’s acquisition of Captain Cook Square for £8m and the House of Fraser building for £1m. The purchases are […]

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Is your business premises lease due to expire? If so, have you considered what might happen next?

If you find yourself in the final year of the term of your business lease, you may be wondering about the process for staying put or moving on to pastures new. In this blog, we provide a summary of what might be involved.

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Planning law changes after the pandemic

As the Government continues to look for new ways to stimulate the economy and, in particular, the commercial property market following the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a significant change in planning law through alterations to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987, as amended (“Use Classes Order”).

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Posted in: Commercial Property Coronavirus

Pavement Licence – a street level return to normality in Middlesbrough

To further aid the hospitality and leisure sector, which has been hard hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, the government has announced a new provision designed to encourage a safe return to local eateries.

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How will Covid-19 influence the future of commercial property?

As we all know, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on the majority of businesses during the period of lockdown imposed by the UK Government, and will continue to do so whilst the lockdown is gradually eased and beyond. Even many businesses that saw little effect initially are beginning to see a slow […]

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Posted in: Commercial Property Coronavirus

Clarity on the temporary Stamp Duty reductions for residential purchases

On 8th July, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced a raft of measures designed to stimulate the economy as the UK emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

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