Expertise: Real Estate
Government pilot scheme testing digital tools in planning processes – a welcomed change? – Article by Clive Moys
Clive Moys was invited by Property Week to discuss the digital pilot scheme, announced by the Government, to test the use of digital tools in the planning process. Is this a welcomed change for a discipline often seen as archaic? Subscribers can read the piece here.
In this episode of Radcliffe Talks Real Estate, Matthew Mills will be joined by Michael Ellis of Wilsons to discuss the impact of the pandemic on the various stages of property litigation, all the way from pre-action correspondence to remote hearings. They will discuss some of the key legal developments and give practical tips to property […]
In this, the second episode of the Radcliffe talks Real Estate series, Simon Williams invites Ben Devonport of HartDixon to discuss the disputes encountered in a building surveyor’s practice and how they might be resolved by mediation. Ben will describe a number of common scenarios faced by him in his day to day practice as a […]
In this, the first episode of the Radcliffe talks Real Estate series, Clive Moys invites Tim Johnson of CBRE to discuss three important rating and valuation issues facing occupiers, owners, investors, developers and funders: 2021 revaluation has been postponed. Who are the winners and losers? What temporary, mandatory and discretionary reliefs are available for reducing […]
Non-domestic rates (aka business rates) payable by “the owner” of empty property is both topical and hotly contested. Schemes to avoid or mitigate empty property rates abound. Clive Moys’ article Shams, snails and empty property rates, first published in the Institute of Revenues Rating and Valuation Valuer magazine (June edition) considers the recent important billing […]