Innovation and investment in smarter cities will be key to meeting the world’s climate change targets if we are to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move towards a net zero emissions … [Read more...] about Smarter Cities and the Energy Enigma
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has now launched its second post implementation review (PIR) of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, (CAR 2012) seeking help from those who have experience … [Read more...] about HSE seeking help from those who have experience working with asbestos
Building a strong UK economy and more mobile workforce post-COVID-19 provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to re-imagine how we use urban and semi-urban spaces to benefit the environment, … [Read more...] about Reimagining our network of canals and rivers to help ensure a ‘green’ recovery post-COVID-19: Guest opinion by Richard Parry
In 2018, we reported on Rock Advertising v MWB Business Exchange Centres Limited ("Rock") – one of that year's hotly anticipated Supreme Court decisions, which considered the effect of what the … [Read more...] about Between Rock and a hard place – diverging views on “no oral modification” clauses
Last month, we discussed M&S suing Aldi for trademark infringement over its Colin the Caterpillar cake. Now Aldi has brought back its Colin lookalike, Cuthbert the Caterpillar, but with a slightly … [Read more...] about Aldi’s Cuthbert the Caterpillar returns – with a slight change
The Queen's Speech earlier today (11 May 2021) contained confirmation that ground rents for almost all new residential leases will be abolished. This has been widely expected since the announcement … [Read more...] about Queen’s Speech confirms banning of new ground rents – A first step in leasehold reform?