Kirsty McLennan


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In the last general election, the Government promised to amend the law to help those in debt and are now consulting on changes to debt recovery procedures. Responses are being sought on the following two changes:- A 60-day breathing space…


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Further to our blog of 5th January 2018 a second reading of the above private member’s bill introduced by MP Christopher Chope is listed for 26th October 2018.  The draft bill proposes the use of published criteria to determine whether…


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As park owners will know the General Data Protection Regulations (“the GDPR”), which govern how data is held and processed, come into force on 25 May 2018. Under the GDPR parks should be publishing Privacy Notices, one for customer data…


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Parks which are landlords or tenants under business leases may be interested that a one year pilot has just started in central London to simplify the renewal process for unopposed leases. This is where the landlord doesn’t oppose the new…


The Smart Meters Bill 2017-19 passed its second reading in Parliament on 24 October 2017. The Bill grants an extension of powers to the Secretary of State and the Data and Communications Company to oversee and monitor the rollout of…


A proposed amendment to the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”) received its first reading in the House of Lords on 27 June 2017.


The First-Tier Tribunal Property Chamber (“the Tribunal”) has recently handed down a decision in which a costs order was made in favour of the Applicant Park Owner.