BHW Promoted To Top Rank In 2016 Chambers & Partners Directory
The Chambers and Partners directory for 2016 has now been published.
Triple Promotion For BHW Solicitors In 2015 Legal 500 Rankings
BHW Solicitors has been promoted to Tier 2 for its Corporate/Commercial and Commercial Property practices in the 2015 edition of the Legal 500, which was published last week.
Housing & Planning Bill Reaches House Of Lords
On the 17th November 2015 the Housing and Planning Bill 2015-16 (‘the Bill’) reached the committee stage of the House of Lords.
Planning Dispute Over Hidden Castle
The High Court heard this week how a farmer who hid an illegally built four-bedroom castle behind a haystack has been told he faces jail unless he knocks it down.
Help To Buy ISA For First Time Buyers
A new Government Scheme is due to be launched this month offering to help first-time buyers to save a deposit for their first home.
Shared Ownership Consultation
A government consultation has started to improve the resale process of shared ownership properties.
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BHW Win ‘Highly Commended’
BHW are delighted to have received the 'highly commended' award at the Law Firm Services (LFS) Awards for Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year East Midlands.
How to Choose the Right Conveyancing Firm and Compare Conveyancing Quotes
Settling on the right conveyancing firm to handle your property transaction can be a mind-boggling task. While nearly all firms will happily provide you with a conveyancing quotation for their work, comparing these quotes is often less than straightforward.
BHW Shortlisted for Conveyancing Awards
BHW Solicitors have been shortlisted for the 2018 Regional Conveyancing Firm of the Year award.
HM Land Registry is Going Digital
The Government has approved changes to the Land Registration Rules 2003 that will enable the HM Land Registry to continue its digital transformation.