A growing opportunity for London’s waterside warehouses

With e-commerce businesses booming, it is predicted that half of UK retail sales will be online within 10 years. In line with this, there has been a rise in expectations from Consumers when it comes to online purchases, especially, in relation to the quick turn-around of orders and delivery. Covid-19 has changed the way consumers buy goods. More people are happy to order items online without the need to physically see the items beforehand. As a result, it is vital that any e-commerce business considers how improving their warehouse operations…

Interview with Huseyin Youssouf of our Commercial property department

Interview with Huseyin Youssouf, Partner in our Commercial property department Q: How long have you worked at Bowling & Co? A: Since 1 January 2000, 19 years and counting. Q: What areas of law do you mainly deal with? A:Commercial property/ Finance, Businesses, High street shops, hotels, care homes, golf course as well as the usual plethora of investment properties and Residential property Q: What aspects of law first attracted you to the profession? A: From the outside it seemed like a prestigious, respected and well rewarded profession. I was…

Focus on Commercial property department

This month we take a look at our Commercial property department which is headed up by our Senior Partner, Huseyin E. Huseyin. The specialist Bowling & Co commercial property team provide a comprehensive service to both UK and international clients involved in property transactions. We provide a complete lifecycle service and deliver optimum, cost-effective work through transparency, experience and expertise. Our involvement in the property industry over the last 60 years enables us to fully understand our clients’ needs and help them in all aspects of commercial property, whether it be…

Relaxed planning rules to be made permanent

The process for converting commercial property to residential has become easier, now that temporary planning rules removing the need for planning applications to convert certain types of building have been made permanent. The rules, which apply to B1 use properties (including offices, research and development premises and light industry) being converted for C3 use (residential housing), were set to end in May 2016. However, they will now be made permanent – much to the relief of commercial landowners and developers. Removing planning application requirements for converting certain commercial buildings should…

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