The Sherrards Blog: Views from Award Winning Lawyers in St Albans & London

Behind the mic – it’s debt recovery solicitor Gemma Newing!

25th July 2014

I’ve been basking in the glow of being a “local media star” this week following my interview with Three Counties radio station Radio Verulam. Without wanting to give away too much, (as we do want you to tune in!) I’ll be talking on the one-hour show about debt recovery and …

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Behind the mic – it’s debt recovery solicitor Gemma Newing!

Commonwealth Games Business Conference: Sherrards invited to attend with the PM

24th July 2014

I was privileged to be invited by the UK Government to the two-day Commonwealth Games Business Conference in Glasgow this week, in what has been a very impressive showcase for Scotland and the UK.  And imagine my delight when I discovered that I was the only lawyer in attendance – that’s …

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Commonwealth Games Business Conference: Sherrards invited to attend with the PM

Sherrards’ property client nominated for regional award

24th July 2014

Sherrards property client, Townstone Ltd announced this week that they have been nominated for a St Albans Civic Society Award. The Awards celebrate imaginative development and design initiatives, which contribute to the life and image of the city. Townstone received the nomination in respect of their conversion of a locally …

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Sherrards’ property client nominated for regional award

Can shop workers refuse to work on a Sunday?

22nd July 2014

In the third of our series of post outlining matters of particular interest to the retail sector, we consider the right of workers to refuse to work on a Sunday. In the Days of Old Some of us can still remember the days when shops all used to close on Sundays …

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Can shop workers refuse to work on a Sunday?

Housing boom or gloom? Construction industry must keep up

18th July 2014

The UK housing market is booming! Across Britain, house prices rose at their fastest rate in over nine years and in June, it was announced that house prices were up 11.8% over the previous twelve months, now surpassing the peak reached at the height of the 2007 bubble. As house builders …

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Housing boom or gloom? Construction industry must keep up

The “Cabinet Catwalk” and dress code in the workplace

17th July 2014

The London Office Space Problem

16th July 2014

In June 2014 it was announced that London’s West End had retained its title as the world’s most expensive location for office space for a second consecutive year. Occupational costs per square foot in the London submarket were 14% higher than the next most expensive, Hong Kong. As the economy recovers, the …

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The London Office Space Problem

The Summer property slowdown – what’s causing the delays?

15th July 2014

As I was fortunate enough to feature in last week’s Sunday Times, I thought I would share my thoughts on the property market and what’s going on in the average property chain in London. As I mentioned, it would seem that a summer property slowdown is upon us. After the surge …

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James Gordon

Sun, fun, and sweaty retail solicitors – watch the video of the 2014 Elifar Challenge

14th July 2014

Sustainable building makes sense, financially too

10th July 2014
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