An action group has failed in its legal bid to stop what it described as a “major development” of 14 houses in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The case involved a reserve housing site. Before applying for planning permission, the developers asked the local authority to adopt a screening opinion as to whether the
Nick works closely with a wide range of clients ranging from international companies to sole traders and family-run companies.
Since qualifying as a solicitor in 1986, Nick has amassed extensive experience in all aspects of commercial property work. He is well known for his clear and practical advice.
Specialist practice areas
- Commercial leases and lease renewals
- Acquisition and sale of commercial premises
- Rent reviews
- Dilapidation issues
- Tenancy agreements
- Planning issues
- Conditional contracts
- Joint Venture agreements
- Residential sales and purchases
TestimonialsNick Ginger 'one of the most commercially aware and pragmatic lawyers you can work with' heads the practice and has extensive experience handling freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals, sales of development land and leasehold work.Machins deliver solid advice you can rely upon and are great value for money. Nick Ginger provides an excellent blend of experience, insight and pragmatism.I have been dealing with Nick Ginger throughout my relationship with this firm. Nick at all times offers advice and assistance in a thorough and practical manner whatever and whenever the need arises. He is most approachable and understands we are human and not merely a client number. Nick is able to deal with issues from the mundane to the most complex with complete confidence at each step.
Latest news by Nick Ginger
The Government is introducing a new Code of Practice to ensure that pub tenants are treated fairly and are allowed to run their businesses as they wish. The code will be enforced by an adjudicator with powers to fine large pub companies who abuse their powerful position. Ministers say the measures will save tenants £100m