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Amy Cater

Posted 10 May 2018
by Amy Cater .

Phone Kiosk Applications Hit Record Levels

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Last month the Planning Inspectorate (“PINs”) issued a statement that one of the main reasons for recent delays in the handling of appeals was due to the number of prior approval appeals they had received for phone kiosks. According to…

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Mark Williams

Posted 8 May 2018
by Mark Williams .

Grandparents Rights

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There have been fresh calls for changes to the law where the rights of grandparents to see their grandchildren are concerned, the BBC has reported. At the moment, grandparents do not have an automatic right to see their grandchildren after…

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Amy Cater

Posted 4 May 2018
by Amy Cater .

Community Infrastructure Levy – Two Recent Appeals

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The Planning Inspectorate has published two appeals recently that again highlight the need for developers to submit their assumption of liability notices or commencement notices in good time or face surcharges. In the first appeal, the developer had carried out…

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Billie Richards

Posted 18 April 2018
by Billie Richards .

GDPR: Implications for Trustees

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GDPR represents a tightening up of the obligations owed by trustees and an extension of some of the obligations to those supplying services to trustees, such as solicitors and accountants. It will come into force on 25 May 2018. GDPR…

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