Company Tag: Boodle Hatfield

David Rawlence becomes partner in raft of promotions at 300-year-old firm.

As the government prepares to untangle England's ancient property laws, Simon Kerrigan explains the background to the "once-in-a-generation" reforms, and the potential implications for landlords...

Andrea Zavos wil be taking over from Sara Maccallum, who is due to retire in 2023 after 20 years at the firm.

"Some projects could become economically unviable if local authorities force developers to increase Section 106 agreements in line with runaway inflation," warns Boodle Hatfield.

Unused office space is being put to use by developers, notes law firm Boodle Hatfield

Julie Howard explains how the new rules around overseas entities will work in practice, and why the idea of hiding behind asset holding vehicles is becoming a thing of the past

Jonathan Hyndman has joined the 300-year-old law firm from Rosling King, where he led the banking and finance practice

Sophie Henwood & Navpreet Atwal look at how drone technology is currently being used in the property sector, the key rules and regulations to follow, and the implications for those involved in the buying…

Architects are increasingly taking legal action over work completed on stalled projects, as the impacts of the pandemic filter through the supply chain.

Trend for providing financial assistance to ensure work can continue has become increasingly widespread during the Coronavirus crisis, reports Boodle Hatfield...

Developers are already 'exploring their options' over deals where the buyers seem to have gone cold, reports Boodle Hatfield

A flurry of £5m+ deals has put Blackfriars Road on the prime London map, as wealthy buyers look beyond London's traditional luxury postcodes