Issue 113 has now been published and is available to read online with lots of helpful and insightful articles.
This issue includes a special enfranchisement feature guest edited by ALEP and much more.
MPs call for fund to cover costs of cladding removal
‘Gold standard’ broadband can transform buildings
Why waking watches are not a waste of money
A great starting point ahead of law changes - Preparing for the implementation of the Building Safety Bill
Why it’s the right time to embrace new technology
Will leasehold reform actually happen?
A valuable insight into property management
How to manage when your budget’s tight
Enfranchisement Feature guest edited by ALEP
Reflections on a busy year
The future of commonhold
Day in the life of an enfranchisement lawyer
How we’ve adapted in the wake of Covid-19
ALEP gives badge of assurance to sector
The view from the Midlands
The case of the illustrator, the house and the flats
Are emails enough when you’re serving notices? Consequences of letting sands of time slip! The taxing problem of lease extensions
Tenant criteria should relax with simplified legislation
Valuation principles in collective claims
Why working on your property isn’t nailed on
Uncertainty remains despite parliament’s announcements Big themes to the fore at IRPM annual seminar
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