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The UK High Court considers the impact of COVID-19 on rent assessment in lease renewal proceedings

In S. Franses Limited v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Limited [2021] the High Court had to determine a number of issues including, importantly, what rent would be payable by the tenant under ...


National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR): "Mission Culture"
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Developed under the Next Generation EU programme, the PNRR is Italy's investment and reform plan for recovery from the Covid-19 emergency. The plan earmarks €6.68 billion (along...


UK COVID-19 Arrears: Guidance for landlords and tenants on the further extension to the forfeiture moratorium

The moratorium on landlords evicting commercial tenants has been extended by a longer period than many had expected, to March 2022. Landlords and tenants will also be compelled to...


UK: The National Security and Investment Act receives royal assent

Watch out for the National Security and Investment Act which has now received royal assent although it is still not expected to come fully into force until this Autumn due to the amount of...


UK COVID-19 rent arrears: Courts provide clarity in a series of important cases

It has been a busy couple of weeks in the UK with judgments in two important cases concerning COVID-19 rent arrears: Commerz Real Investmentgesellschaft mbh v TFS Stores Limited (TFS) and...


UK Energy Performance: "B" prepared for new 2030 MEES ratings

A crucial change of approach and the introduction of new compliance windows could be on the horizon in the UK for the non-domestic Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES).


The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) for commercial property in England and Wales
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MEES came into force in respect of the grant or renewal of commercial leases on 1 April 2018, and will apply in respect of continuing commercial leases on 1 April 2023, setting a minimum...


UK telecoms: Landlords take note: new process will accelerate broadband access for resi tenants

Amendments to the 2017 Electronic Communications Code have been introduced to reduce to six weeks the process by which network operators may get access to multi-let residential properties....


Hogan Lovells and CBRE - 2021 Hotel Conference

Hogan Lovells and CBRE were delighted to recently welcome clients and contacts to our annual hotel industry conference, held virtually for the first time.

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