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Planning for an electric vehicle future

Planning for an electric vehicle future

By | 28 Aug 2018

The UK government has set out laudable aims for de-carbonising the country's transport network, based on establishing sophisticated EV charging infrastructure. But as Yohanna Weber, planning and environment partner at law firm Fieldfisher explains, the lack of cohesion between different stakeholders threatens to severely hinder these plans.

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The Brexit White Paper:  What it means for Financial Services

The Brexit White Paper: What it means for Financial Services

By and | 18 Jul 2018

The first few days of the White Paper's political reception in Westminster have been less than encouraging.

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The Only Way Is Up!  But Planning Changes Fall Flat.

The Only Way Is Up! But Planning Changes Fall Flat.

By | 15 Feb 2018

The Government's move to incorporate support for more upward development into national planning policy is welcome - but needs to go much further if it is to make any difference to housing supply.

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Heathrow Third Runway: Safety Instructions for Affected Parties

Heathrow Third Runway: Safety Instructions for Affected Parties

By | 19 Jan 2018

The Third Runway readies for take-off as Heathrow Airport begins consultation on draft proposals for the design and location of the airport expansion

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New anti-money laundering rules for pension trustees

New anti-money laundering rules for pension trustees

By , and | 21 Sep 2017

Trustees of occupational pension schemes need to ensure they comply with new anti-money laundering rules. Our Pension team looks at the new requirements in detail to highlight the potential challenges

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A fuzzy contaminated land issue comes into sharp focus

A fuzzy contaminated land issue comes into sharp focus

By | 08 Sep 2017

In this Court of Appeal decision a local authority in Wales has side-stepped liability for land contaminated by its predecessor – and left the landowner with the bill

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Asymmetrical jurisdiction clauses in international dispute resolution

By | 23 Aug 2016

The dispute resolution team has seen an increased use of asymmetrical jurisdiction clauses in commercial contracts. Parties should consider the impact of these clauses should a dispute arise