REAL ESTATE

Property and Planning - The Building Safety Bill and the changing high street

The Building Safety Bill was recently introduced into Parliament and is set to deliver fundamental reform to the building safety regime. Emily Wood looks specifically at the implications for building owners and landlords.

Repurposing the High Street: the changing nature of the High Street has been clearly visible for years and looks likely to continue.  James Picknell considers the High Street of the (not too distant) future.

Principal Director of Planning, Peter Rainier, reflects on recent developments in and the reinvention of Crawley town centre.

About the authors


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Emily Wood

Partner

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

Partner

Partner specialising in property litigation, acting for commercial and private clients across a range of landlord and tenant and property disputes
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Peter Rainier

Principal Director of Planning

Expert on residential and commercial development planning applications and appeals, advising on commercial waste applications and heritage matters.

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