Private Practice

NQ Commercial Property Lawyer

NQ Commercial Property Lawyer

  • Excellent opening for a talented NQ Lawyer to join our growing Commercial Property team in Bristol
  • Our team are renowned locally for real estate development, self-invested pension schemes, and retail franchising
  • We act for a number of high profile developers, regional investment companies, and international companies
  • You'll have experience of the retail sector and the self-invested pension scheme sector
  • You'll have a commitment to client care and business development

Ashfords LLP

Ashfords is a national provider of legal, professional and regulatory services. We work with many different kinds of clients - business owners, public sector, large corporates, private individuals and not for profit organisations - to help them make the most of their opportunities, whilst effectively managing risk.

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Permitted development rights - onwards and upwards!

The Government has this week published its response to the consultation from October 2018 entitled, “Planning Reform: Supporting the High Street and

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A new permitted development right to support housing delivery by extending buildings upwards to create additional new homes

In October 2018 the Government published a consultation entitled “Supporting the high street and increasing the delivery of new homes”. Within that

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Where Angels (or trade mark lawyers?) Fear to Tread

For many years now it has been possible to register “unconventional” marks as registered UK and EU trade marks. Such trade marks are described on

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Don’t forget to attach (and mention) the terms and conditions!

Is enclosing your terms and conditions during the course of negotiation sufficient for them to be included in the contractual terms? Not necessarily

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Fracking: the beginning of the end?

Following the heady days of the introduction of the Infrastructure Act 2015, which gave companies the right to frack under other people's land

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Apprenticeships: Home Grown Talent

For family and owner managed businesses, it is crucial to find innovative ways to incentivise and expand the workforce in order to keep up with the

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Is time on your side? Issues with ‘time of the essence’ clauses in property contracts

Delays are one of the main sources of dispute amongst parties to property contracts. In clauses where ‘time is of the essence’, failure to perform an

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Cvas and “savvy” tenants: points to note for retail landlords

The continuing power shift in commercial Landlord-Tenant relationships in the retail sector has been leaving many a frustrated landlord with

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Pay attention to the notices clause

Notices clauses, those setting out how contracting parties must serve notices, and when they are deemed received, are often overlooked in the heat of

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Neurodiversity - what does it mean for employers and employees?

"Creating an inclusive working environment will benefit your workforce on the whole but is of particular importance to employees with neurodivergent

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The threat of the old: a cautionary tale from stonehenge

For years, argument has been raging about how best to cope with the increasing levels of traffic on the A303 in the bottleneck around Stonehenge. The

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London - an expensive city, bulging at the seams

According to recent figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published in the Financial Times, migration away from London is at its

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ICO - Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference 8 April 2019 - Brexit Update

A key session at the conference this year was the “Let’s talk about Brexit” panel discussion, featuring Eleonor Duhs from Fieldfisher LLP; Roxanne

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Divorce Law Changes - Ending the “blame game”

The Justice Secretary, David Gauke, has announced that “no fault” divorce will be introduced as soon as parliamentary time becomes available to

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Registration of overseas entities owning land in the UK

The government has consulted on proposals requiring overseas companies to register at Companies House if they own land in the United Kingdom

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Can a court be asked to answer a question it has already dealt with?

Res judicata is a legal principle that means that at some point litigation must come to an end - or, in other words, a party should not be able to

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Limited partnership reform - proposals confirmed

The government has published its response to last year’s consultation on proposals for reform of the law concerning limited partnerships

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Court allows copy will to be admitted to probate where original may or may not have been destroyed by the deceased

Blyth v Sykes 2019 EWHC 54 (Ch) is a recent case that demonstrates how the court deals with the presumption of revocation of a Will by destruction

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Is this the end of the high street?

If you’re an active news-reader, or even just a headline-glancer, you

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Affordable Homes Guarantee Scheme: a joined-up approach is vital for success

For all the positive noises about the recent announcement of the £3bn Affordable Homes Guarantee Scheme, with regards to its potential to generate

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