Invitation to Free Webinar on Conveyancing Risk: Fraud

Pali, in conjunction with Lawyer Checker, would like to invite you to join our free Webinar on Conveyancing Risk: Fraud. When: Tuesday 28th November 2017 Time: 11:00 Duration: Approx 45 minutes To register for this webinar please CLICK HERE In this informative 1 hour webinar we will cover the following: SRA Risk Outlook update The rise of identity theft In depth look at cases of vendor conveyancing fraud Tips for protecting your firm Using Lawyer Checker as a […]

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Households in Lancashire to receive the first payouts by a fracking firm

29 Households in Lancashire are due to receive payments from the shale gas company Cuadrilla, however one says they will be refusing the ‘bloody money’. The small selection of residents will soon be given £2070 each for residing in the vicinity of a fracking site. These will be the first payments to be made directly from a shale gas company to British householders. The 29 households due to receive payment are within a 1 kilometre radius […]

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Wigan Youth Zone

Wigan Youth Zone is a purpose built, state-of-the-art youth facility in Wigan town centre which opened in June 2013. It offers young people from across Wigan the opportunity to meet friends, have new experiences, learn new skills and access the support they need to develop and achieve their potential.  The Youth Zone started with a big idea and some passionate people who wanted to make a difference to young people’s lives here in Wigan,  from the […]

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A cost-effective coal alternative – Introducing the TerraSearch Coal Report

In December 2015 The Coal Authority made available its coal mining data to external parties under commercial licensing terms, creating a commercial market with more choice for customers. This change in strategy now permits third parties to use and re-use its underlying data for the purposes of producing CON29M-compliant mining reports and other types of mining reports. Terrafirma is a specialist provider of mining risk assessment solutions and has developed the Terrasearch® suite of reports with […]

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As the EPC celebrates its 10th Birthday this year, here’s 10 things you need to know…

As the 10th anniversary of the EPC approaches, property owners are being urged to review their Energy Performance Certificates as the majority could be due to expire. Certificates could only have a few months left to run before they expire, and it is important to leave enough time to get a new one in place. What is an EPC? An EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is a guide that is used to score the efficiency of […]

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Invitation to Webinar introducing the Groundsure Avista

Pali in conjunction with Groundsure would like to invite you to take a look at the new, all in one, residential Environmental report from Groundsure covering seven key environmental risks and providing the most comprehensive risk report on the market. When: Wednesday 23rd August 2017 Time: 11.00am Duration: Approx 30 minutes Topics covered: • Contaminated Land • Flood Risk • Ground Stability • Radon • Energy • Transportation • Planning Applications

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Warrington to get new Railway station at Chapelford

Planning chiefs at Warrington have given the go-ahead for the long-awaited new West Warrington railway station, at Chapelford. The station was originally approved in outline in 2002, with the scheme being heard at Planning Committee on the 19th July 2017 where the planning application was unanimously approved. Chapelford Urban Village is now close to completion with land available, as a result of a legal agreement with David Wilson Homes, to the south adjacent to Skelton’s […]

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Parkside Regeneration – Know your facts…

What is Parkside Regeneration? Parkside Regeneration is a joint venture between developers Langtree and St Helens Council, to regenerate the former Colliery at Parkside, Newton-le-Willows which closed in 1992. The proposal is to transform the derelict site located on the south-eastern edge of Newton-le-Willows into a new employment park, which will include a major rail freight terminal. The story so far… The plans for the site have been a subject of lengthy debate for many […]

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Housing Boost for Newton-le-Willows

Newton-le-Willows will see the development of 142 new houses after St Helens Council gave the green light for the new development. Housing developer Taylor Wimpey will provide a mixture of detached and semi-detached properties on 4.87 hectares of land to the west of Common Road.  The land was allocated for residential development in the St Helens Unitary Development Plan. A recent assessment carried out by independent assessors found a requirement for more housing in all […]

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Regeneration masterplan to target deprived Wigan council estate

Landscape architect and masterplanner Gillespies has presented a regeneration masterplan for the Worsley Mesnes estate in Wigan, which is set for a multi-million pound transformation, one of the biggest overhauls in the area since the 1980’s. The proposal includes 278 new homes, remodelling of the 1960’s streets, improved greenspace and a hub development which will comprise of shops, community space, a neighbourhood square, and 18.5 acres of improved green space. The area is one of […]

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