This edition features an insight into the difficulties that can arise when a listed building is the subject of enforcement action by the local authority, and we have two case studies that show how these claims can escalate. We also look at our growing Business Development team, our approach to combining policies, and the evergreen issue that is Japanese Knotweed. And we talk to Simon Parker from Ashtons Legal about what made him choose conveyancing, and why he loves running.
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Local councils are taking to the skies to investigate unauthorised home improvements, especially in rural areas.
When a listed building is involved, the works involved resolving enforcement action can quickly escalate.
Our Business Development team wants to find out how we can provide a service that suits the way your firm works.
For many legal indemnity insurers, combining policies has become the norm. But is it always a good idea?