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Built Environment Networking Continues to Expand Team with Four New Appointments

Leading property and construction conference firm Built Environment Networking has made four key appointments, one of which sees well-known industry player Derry Long join the company. Built Environment Networking is challenging the industry norm having made a hugely successful transition from hosting physical events to utilising online platforms – and the four new appointments continue […]

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Legal and Planning Experts Share How to Deal With Judicial Review

Judicial Review is a legal process which allows a claimant to challenge a planning decision, which if upheld requires the planning body to consider the objections raised. For developers and planners Judicial Review can be a substantial risk to projects and the risk of judicial review can potentially become a funding limitation. Chris Gwynn, Lead […]

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Accessing the Government’s £22bn R&D Pot

Recoup Capital is offering the property community the opportunity to gain financial assistance through tax rebates on problem-solving work done within development projects. In the UK, companies can claim tax relief for research and development activities, which includes many of the activities carried out as part of property development, consultancy and construction such as: Groundwork […]

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Council Plan Mass Transit System Unlocking Major Development Projects

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council is planning a mass transit system along the A30 as they look to utilise infrastructure to unlock multiple development projects near Junction 7 of the M3. The Council is planning to draw up a “proactive strategic vision” that will focus heavily on infrastructure needs to ensure the major development ambitions […]

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