Real Estate: reflections and projections

Emily Wood, Head of Real Estate Dispute Resolution, is in the chair for this event. She also offers up her expert opinion on Business Rates – where we are and where we are headed. Emily is joined by experts from across our Real Estate team looking at the following issues:

Planning and Environment partner Chloe Karamian looks at the plethora of changes in use classes and in PDRs that were visited upon the industry last year.

Jonathan Crook considers some of the key concerns for landlords and tenants including the latest on rent suspension clauses and the future consultation on MEES.

Cheraine Williams looks at property and insolvency, and Lawrence Morley focuses on a landlord’s rights to possession of commercial and residential property for arrears.

About the authors

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Emily Wood


Expert in property contracts, rights to light, telecoms code issues, and business rates appeals for private and public sector clients.
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Chloe Karamian


Expert in s106 agreements, highways law, planning appeals and matters relating to public footpaths.
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Jonathan Crook


Commercial property Partner experienced in sale and purchase, landlord and tenant, corporate transactions, and the charity aspects of property law.
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Cheraine Williams

Senior Associate

Expert in property and construction disputes, in addition to property related insolvency issues and agricultural tenancies.

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