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Right to light disputes can cause huge delays to commercial developments, and can even lead to completed buildings being torn down
We discuss some recent cases and offer guidance on how to mitigate right to light risks
Up to 80% of the UK’s commercial properties could be underinsured, with average shortfalls of 60% per property, according to estimates by the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS).
Underinsurance can cause claims settlements to be proportionally reduced, resulting in property owners not receiving a full indemnity following a loss. Inadequate property settlements can then go on to further impact a business, such as its ability to continue trading.
Here we give practical advice on how to deal with this issue and offer expert guidance to help you and your customers separate the legionella myths from reality
Policymakers in Holyrood and Westminster have taken different approaches to encourage property owners to make their buildings more environmentally friendly.
However, whether you own properties in Scotland or England and Wales, you should be aware of new energy performance regulations that came into force in Scotland in September, with England and Wales following in 2018.