18 February 2020 | Webinars | Article by Huw Thomas
Hugh James Webinars: Full series
Welcome to Hugh James Webinars - our dedicated webinar series from our experts at Hugh James. In our webinars, we talk about topical issues and the latest developments affecting the public and social housing sectors to help provide some practical guidance for you and your organisation.
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Flexible Furlough Scheme replay
This webinar replay discusses the key changes in the flexible furlough scheme, including what you can and can't claim, how to prepare for the changes, tips to aid employee relations issues and the implications on getting it wrong.
Reactivating possession claims, new notice periods and other updates on possession
Hosted by Bethan Gladwyn and Rebecca Rees, this webinar covers the current stay on possession claims, Practice Direction 55C and extended notice periods.
COVID-19 Q&A for Landlords replay
Hosted by Bethan Gladwyn and Rebecca Rees, this webinar provided the opportunity to ask questions about the particular challenges you are facing around COVID-19 Coronavirus in relation to keeping your tenants safe and other landlord and tenant housing concerns.
COVID-19 Support - Shared resources - legal considerations for collaborative working replay
Invited as a guest speaker by Community Housing Cymru (CHC), Emily Powell considers the legal considerations for collaborative working in these challenging COVID-19 Coronavirus times.
Project Bank Accounts replay
An introduction to Project Bank Accounts, covering the what, why and how.
Award Letters replay
This webinar discusses best practice when it comes to the content of award letters, options available to contracting authorities and tips on what to avoid.
Off-site manufacturing replay
An introduction to off-site manufacturing, covering the what, why and how of this modern method of construction.
Impact of the PCR on development agreements replay
This webinar looks at the impact of public procurement rules on planning obligations and development agreements. These issues are examined in light of the Court of Appeal judgment in the case of Faraday v West Berkshire Council [November 2018].
Looking at how local authorities are using civil remedies and how these operate in practice, what input is required from the local authority, how much the remedies cost and what practical benefits they may bring.
Abandoned Vehicles replay
We look at the powers and duties which the police and local authorities have in relation to abandoned vehicles and what other options are available.
Contractor Insolvency replay
A step by step guide to preventing these issues through due diligence as well as helping you navigate the legal minefield of contractor insolvency.
Town and Village Greens replay
Applications to register a green can be seen as a useful tool to frustrate development of land even where the land has been used for very different reasons.
Prompted by the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit, many of our clients have been seeking views about what might happen after Brexit.
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