Planning regulations are complex at the best of times and when it involves agricultural land, it can be a challenge to know what can and can’t be built there, says Alistair Millar, agricultural lawyer and Partner at Tallents Solicitors in Southwell. This can be made even more complicated as there are some exemptions which allow you to proceed with your project without applying for planning permission at all known as Permitted Development Rights.
“The government has brought in new laws to help furloughed employees, providing some reassurance during this difficult time and to ensure they are not short-changed,” says Ross Pierrepont, Employment law specialist at Tallents Solicitors. He looks at the key changes and explains what this means for employers and employees.
Tallents Solicitors raises enough money through Will Aid to help communities battle drought in Kenya
A law firm has raised enough money to help build a dam, plant tree seedlings and teach farmers how to plant drought-resistant crops in third world countries.
Tallents Solicitors in Nottinghamshire raised £14,330 after taking part in Will Aid, a national campaign which invites solicitors to volunteer some of their time in the month of November to write wills in exchange for a voluntary donation to Will Aid.