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Legal and professional services group, Gateley has created a new hub dedicated to providing the latest guidance on the implications for businesses dealing with the impact of coronavirus across three key areas: people, money and trade.
As the nature of the coronavirus’ impact evolves, this will present significant challenges to businesses. At the heart of a rapidly developing situation it can be hard to know what decisions to take in the best interests of the long-term survival and success of firms.
Despite the unprecedented challenges, it remains critical for directors and management teams to proactively plan to mitigate the risks to their staff, business and stakeholders. Gateley has collected insight from across its teams on the key legal and business issues as a result of COVID-19 and will be updating the hub with the most up-to-date guidance as the situation develops over the coming days, weeks and months.
Some key topics covered that are particularly relevant for property and construction professionals include:
Earlier this month, ProCon board member Stephen Pratt, who is also land director of Godwin Group, was featured on the planning and development edition of Evan Davis' ‘The Bottom Line’ podcast.
Stephen sat on a panel which also comprised of Alice Lester operational director regeneration, growth and employment at London Borough of Brent and Janice Morphet the visiting professor at University College London Bartlett School of Planning.
The group talked about their experiences in the property industry and how planners and developers could work together to tackle the issues with planning and development with a particular focus on the residential market.
Contractor Henry Brothers has completed a £30m scheme to refurbish and upgrade two key buildings at Loughborough University.
The long-term development – one of the largest refurbishment projects ever carried out at the university – was undertaken meticulously in 19 different phases over more than two years to enable university staff and students to carry on with their work and to minimise disruption.
It included the complete internal refurbishment of both the W and S buildings in the West Park area of the campus.
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