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A healthy mix of retail, office, leisure, residential and health is seen as the future for our high streets and retail destinations. The current environment is redefining “mixed use” development; shifting from single use with add-ons, to a truly vibrant destination that matches what the particular community – small or large – needs.Structural changes in the retail sector, driven by factors that include changing consumer behaviour, technology and rising costs, are speeding up the agenda. Constant attention is needed to repurpose what is on offer. The impact of COVID-19 has made the need for action more urgent. The right combination will vary from location to location. Responses will be individual not uniform, depending on a variety of dynamics - local land values, demographics and economy, for example. We have worked and are working on a variety of mixed use and repurposed schemes throughout the country; bringing together bespoke teams and developing bespoke solutions for each of our clients. Our experience and networks, in both the public and private sector, means that we can facilitate collaborative partnerships for our clients that acknowledge their different specialisms.
Dedicated experts in retail, leisure, health and commercial offices come together, a flexible combination that brings together their particular knowledge in support of every part of your plans.
By Crispin Tomlinson
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By Nick Knapman
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By Hamza Drabu
In the latest of our series of briefings on the Health and Care Bill (“the Bill”), we look at the implications from a data and information perspective. This has to be considered alongside the government’s data strategy in order to fully understand…
By Lisa Broderick
In a recent decision of the High Court in Fortberry Limited v Promontoria (Aran) Limited & Ors 1 (“ Fortberry ”) in relation to a security for costs application, the Court took the opportunity, in fixing the security, to consider and encourage…
Welcome to the DAC Beachcroft Dublin Commercial Litigation update.
We have prepared guidance and commentary on recent developments together with some helpful updates which we hope will be of interest to you.
Order Granted against Google to…
A recent decision of the High Court could be a sign of a move by the courts towards clamping down on the issue of delay. The decision in Diarem Limited v Clare County Council (“ Diarem ”) is a glimmer of hope for Defendants to litigation in which…
Practitioners will be aware that the Long Vacation commences on Friday 30 July 2021. The new court term will resume on 4 October 2021.
Earlier this month, following an application by Portakabin (a modular building company) the High Court granted an Order compelling Google to disclose the details of a subscriber email account which was allegedly spreading defamatory information…
By Sara May
In April 2021 the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers published a “research report” called “Bereavement Damages – A Dis-United Kingdom” in which it criticised the narrow range of family members who could claim the bereavement award. The report…
By Patrick Hill
Welcome to the July edition of our Data And Cyber Bulletin.
This month our newsletter contains articles covering REvil’s apparent disappearance, the use of injunctions against persons unknown following cyber incidents, the recent 2.7% fine against…
By Rachel Rough
This decision of Lord Armstrong on 22 nd July in the Outer House affirms the judicial approach to awards under section 4 of the Damages (Scotland) Act 2011 (“the Act”), commonly referred to as “loss of society” awards. It is also another example of…
By Fiona Gill
The Building Safety Bill published on 5 th July 2021 contains sweeping changes to building safety, amending the Building Act 1984 and changing the building control process. The changes are backed by criminal sanctions in some cases. The Bill will…