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Village Green or land for development?

Ian Riley
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When is a Village Green not a Village Green? In this blog post, Ian Riley, Director at Fishers Solicitors and Head of the Commercial Property Department discusses a recent case that tested new legislation concerning the registration of land as a Village...

Tree Preservation Orders - What you need to know...

Amanda Payne
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Tree Preservation Orders – what you need to know. Got a tree affected by a Tree Preservation Order in your garden? If so, read on, you need to be aware of the dangers of ignoring a TPO! In this BLOG post, Amanda Payne, Director and Head of ...

Unwanted "Neigh"-bours New Law for Owners and Occupiers

Ian Riley
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Landowners and occupiers have been given power to deal with fly-grazing horses more efficiently by virtue of the Control of Horses Act 2015. This is not just of benefit to agricultural clients, because fly-grazing does not only occur in the countryside. I...

Agricultural Relief - Yay or Neigh for the Equestrian Property Owner

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As anybody who knows me will tell you I am a keen horse lover, competing at dressage and owning two horses. I have been asked on several occasions about inheritance tax and the reliefs available for those who have horses on their own land, whether as part...

Restrictive Covenant - isn't it a nuisance?

Ian Riley
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Do you think that a new school being built near to your house would be a nuisance or an annoyance? Well, we all know children are generally quite noisy and it’s a fair assumption there will be increased traffic, therefore increased...