Property and Planning - the results of the Post Pandemic Workplace Survey

Emily Wood remained in the chair for this webinar and reviewed the results of our recent Post-pandemic Workplace Survey.

Kristine Ng considers the impact of restructuring plans under the new Part 26A to the Companies Act 2006 on the commercial property sector.

The disposal of charities came under the scrutiny of Jonathan Crook.

Planning specialist Chloe Karamian offered some insight into the issues currently facing our Planning and Environment clients.

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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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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Chloe Karamian


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

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