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COVID-19: Planning permissions: Deemed discharge.

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At this critical time, when Local Planning Authorities (“LPAs”) are contending with the fallout from the COVID-19 crisis, the deemed discharge provisions introduced in 2015, to reduce delays in the planning process are a valuable mechanism to secure approval of planning conditions without having to wait for a condition discharge… Continue reading →

COVID-19: Delays: Joint Ventures & Development Management Agreements

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Sometimes a joint venture  arrangement between a developer and an equity investor will involve both a development management arrangement and a bespoke joint venture agreement of some sort. We deal with both aspects. In Part I, we deal with Development Management Agreements. In Part II we deal with Joint ventures… Continue reading →

Development lending in the mid-market: “LMA-Lite”

This article will examine how the mid-market in property development finance has adopted a hybrid loan document based on the LMA Real Estate Finance Senior Term Loan (Development), often referred to as “LMA-Lite”, explain how it differs from standard form LMA and provide commentary on how one size does not… Continue reading →

Dukelease crowned top prize winner at Evening Standard Home Awards

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On 20 May at the Dorchester hotel, one of Brecher’s key clients, Dukelease, together with Rolfe Judd, took home the Evening Standard Home Award for ‘Best Conversion’ and the prestigious ‘Grand Prix Award’ for their property development, Artisan. Judged by industry experts and Evening Standard readers, the awards recognised excellence… Continue reading →