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MLP are an integral part of my business. Commercially they are fantastic. Their service is first class.
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24May

CHANGES TO ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS – GUIDANCE FOR LANDLORDS

William Birtwell, a solicitor within the Real Estate team at MLP Law considers the changes to energy efficiency standards and the impact upon landlords of both domestic and non-domestic privately rented properties. Under new regulations, landlords of both domestic and non-domestic privately rented properties will be subject to Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (“MEES”) which will […]

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18May

Invest In Your People

Clinching a deal for a client, receiving great feedback from a happy client about one, or more, of your team, and celebrating team members who have gone the extra mile.  Absolutely three of the best parts of the role of a Managing Director.  Having an amazing group of people and helping them perform at their […]

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17May

Is your business ready for the new General Data Protection Regulations coming in 2018?

The new General Data Protection Regulations come in to force on 25th May 2018. One of the key focuses will be surrounding consent and the consent mechanisms you have in place for your business. The GDPR state that a clearer indication of consent is required and must be “unambiguous and involve a clear affirmative action”. […]

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