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How can parents support children with separation?

Posted on 29th November 2021 in Family Law

Separation may involve bad feelings between the parents and their families. Children can pick up on this, which can make them confused, unhappy, or even blame themselves for a break-up.

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Aimee Aspinall

Associate and Chartered Legal Executive
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Does the construction of a bike training circuit for personal use in your garden require planning permission?

Posted on 26th November 2021 in Planning and Licensing

The case involved a bike training circuit that had been set up in someone’s garden. It included the creation of tracks, jumps, ramps and scaffolding towers. The local authority took enforcement action alleging a material change of use of the garden to a mixed use for residential use and mountain bike purposes and use for motorised sport. The landowner appealed against the enforcement notice.

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Alex McKerron

Chartered Legal Executive
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