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Local School Enterprise
Local School Enterprise
9th Nov 2016

Roger Hannah & Co is sponsoring Tarleton Holy Trinity Primary School for the first year of their new school newspaper, THT Times, which is entirely written and edited by the pupils.

The Business Rates Revaluation will have an Impact on Tenants Statutory Compensation.
The Business Rates Revaluation will have an Impact on Tenants Statutory Compensation.
8th Nov 2016

The Business Rates revaluation should be taken into account by Landlords when considering the amount of tenant's statutory compensation payable under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

Mike Woods | New Head of Facilities Management
Mike Woods | New Head of Facilities Management
3rd Nov 2016

Mike joins Roger Hannah & Co after spending six years with GVAFM Ltd/Bilfinger Europa Facilities Management, as a Senior Facilities Manager.

Invitation to Present to the RICS
Invitation to Present to the RICS
27th Oct 2016

Stephen’s presentation provided an overview of the CPO process and the issues associated with it, followed by an in-depth examination of the need for reform over both CPO’s and the Housing & Planning Act 2016.

BBC Radio 2 invites Angela Juszczyk from Roger Hannah & Co as Guest Expert
BBC Radio 2 invites Angela Juszczyk from Roger Hannah & Co as Guest Expert
27th Oct 2016

Angela Juszczyk from Roger Hannah & Co was discussing the allowance of the £1bn Heathrow Runway compensation pot as guest expert on the Jeremy Vine Show last night.

Heathrow's Third Runway Compensation Will Break Records
Heathrow's Third Runway Compensation Will Break Records
25th Oct 2016

Affected homeowners are on course to receive the highest level of compensation payments received for any other major infrastructure project in the UK.

The Unappealing Appeal
The Unappealing Appeal
14th Oct 2016

Any Business Rate Appeal that actually reaches the Valuation Tribunal can only be amended if the proposed new rateable value is outside the bounds of reasonable professional judgement!

Hammer Blow
Hammer Blow
10th Oct 2016

Following the release of the draft rating list last week, properties in London’s West End are set to see hikes of 75% to 100% in their rateable values, with some shops seeing as much as a 250% rise.

Overturning a Compulsory Purchase Order
Overturning a Compulsory Purchase Order
28th Sep 2016

A Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) being promoted by The London Borough of Southwark to regenerate the Aylesbury Estate has been rejected by the Secretary of State following a Public Inquiry.

Capital Allowances Timeline
Capital Allowances Timeline
20th Sep 2016

1878- The origin of the current capital allowance regime was a wear and tear deduction, based on the actual reduction in the value of Plant or Machinery (P&M). The rules have been rewritten many times since then....

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