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Webinar: Developing Towers and Tall Buildings

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Michael Grimwood

Webinar: Developing Towers and Tall Buildings

Thursday, 4th June 2020

 

CLS Risk Solutions are now sponsors of Built Environment Networking Ltd and have been enthusiastic participants in their scheduled webinars. This short clip highlights the future of Rights to Light and the challenges developments face.

In conclusion to this discussion, yes risks such as Rights to Lights can be removed via appropriation and CPO’s. However, we identify those decisions as an additional risk which could be challenged via Judicial Review.

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