Publications: March 2017

 

Business Rates Appeals – Govt. response

Check Challenge Appeal: Reforming business rates appeals – consultation on statutory implementation. Summary of consultation responses and Government response [March 2017] To read the original PLA response [October 2016] to the consultation click here. To read a letter, dated 27 March 2017, from the PLA to the House of Commons Joint Committee for Statutory Instruments click […]

31st Mar 2017 Consultations Read more

Post-conference Blog from the Chair, Alison Hardy

Blog from the PLA Chair, Alison Hardy March 2017 The 2017 Annual PLA conference and dinner was a resounding success and my thanks and congratulations go to your Education & Trainee Committee (Ben Barrison, Kate Andrews, Rebecca Biggin, Richard Flenley, Scott Goldstein, Benjamin Hatton, Jonathan Hibberts, Simone Ketchell, Nick Lloyd, Lara Nyman and Rob Shaw) for […]

31st Mar 2017 Blogs Read more

The top 10 underused rules for property litigators

At the Property Litigation Association’s recent annual conference, Jonathan Seitler QC opened up his bag of tricks and shared with a delighted audience his favourite little-used – but hugely useful – provisions, rules and authorities that can be relied on to good effect at trial. Counting down to his number one, these are Seitler’s top […]

29th Mar 2017 Speakers Corner Read more

2017 PLA Conference – Blog from the Education and Training Committee

PLA Conference – Blog from the Education & Training Committee We are looking forward to welcoming delegates to the PLA’s Annual Conference on 23 and 24 March 2017 at Keble College, Oxford.  Once again, the Conference has nearly sold out and a full list of delegates attending can be found here. The line-up of speakers […]

9th Mar 2017 Blogs Read more

Newbigin v Monk

On 1 March 2017, the Supreme Court decided that property owners seeking to carry out refurbishments can claim business rates relief. The Supreme Court has reversed the Court of Appeal decision in Newbigin (VO) v S J & J Monk and reinstated the previously well-worn principle that premises should be valued for the purposes of […]

2nd Mar 2017 Recent Property Cases Read more