Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2019

Hogan Lovells quarterly newsletter on legal topics relevant to the UK real estate industry. This issue covers:


Jackie Newstead considers how uncertainty has become the new normal and we all have to adjust to it, even if we're not sure how.

Five minutes with: Paul Tonkin

In the first of our new interview feature, we chat to real estate disputes partner Paul Tonkin on life as a new partner, Evening Standard headlines and diva cats.

RIP the fixed term residential tenancy?

Nicholas Roberts and John Condliffe investigate the latest government proposals regarding so called "section 21 evictions".

Government appeals High Court right to rent ruling

Jane Dockeray and Ingrid Stables consider the judgment and the current position.

Playing the long game - forfeiting a long lease for breach of covenant

Mathew Ditchburn and Ben Willis evaluate the implications of a key recent case on this topic.

Grid unlock - practical implications of the electric vehicle revolution

Alex Harrison and Paul Stones consider what's in store.

Developing a hotel site - key issues and what to do about them

Janan Kanagaratnam and Stella Bliss evaluate key matters for developers of hotel sites.

Q&A - Sustainability special

Adam Balfour and Simon Keen look at residential MEES and sustainability issues currently affecting real estate.

Case round-up

Lien Tran summarises recent case law.

Insuring cyber risk

Clare Douglas looks at cyber cover and the latest cyber news.

Dates for your diary

Laura Oliver and Angela Gee give details of the dates you don't want to miss.

In the press

Laura Oliver and Angela Gee provide a round-up of what we've been up to during the last quarter.

Citizenship report

Kathryn Hampton and Edward Newport look at what the team has been doing in the world of citizenship.

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