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Major new facility for Rolls Royce Motor Cars

admin July 17, 2014

Planned £70m investment by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

The famous car manufacturer owned by BMW is planning a  development of nearly half a million square feet over the next few years on a nine hectare site off the A29 Shripney Road. This will provide an around-the-clock logistics and parts storage satellite to its Goodwood base to free space there for a bigger production line.

Bognor Observer reports that 'A planning… read the rest of “Major new facility for Rolls Royce Motor Cars”

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Coffee culture continues – Starbucks applies for planning

admin July 16, 2014

The seemingly relentless demand for coffee and coffee houses continues as Starbucks applies for planning consent in South Street Worthing.

The coffee giant has applied to convert the ground floor of the former Methvens book store, which has remained mainly vacant for sometime, to provide a 2,185 sq.ft coffee shop.

Our view at Brierley & Coe is that, if successful, this will further enhance the centre of town bringing a redundant unit back into… read the rest of “Coffee culture continues - Starbucks applies for planning”

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Key infrastructure funding for Bognor

admin July 16, 2014

Arun District Council has been notified that the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership has been awarded Local Growth Funding to support important new infrastructure proposals in the district.

As a result of this the Bognor Regis A29 re-alignment between the new Bognor Regis Relief Road and the A27 has been granted £13 m towards the improvements.

The A29 re-alignment scheme was identified as a priority for investment… read the rest of “Key infrastructure funding for Bognor”

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Break options – Pre-conditions strictly applied

admin July 4, 2014

The important implications of recent case law on the strict interpretation by the courts of break option conditions has been provided by Taylor Wessing.

Friends Life Ltd v Siemens Hearing Instruments Ltd [2014] EWCA Civ 382

Summary

The Court of Appeal has held that a tenant's break notice was invalid, as it did not comply precisely with the mandatory requirements of the break clause in the lease.… read the rest of “Break options - Pre-conditions strictly applied”

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