We share our experience and expertise through a variety of legal articles, fact sheets, client stories, publications and white papers, helping you to keep up-to-date with the latest legal developments.
Reduction in court fees for registering Lasting Powers of Attorney
On 1 April 2017, the government reduced the court fees for registering Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). Read moreFact sheets on 13/04/17
Health and Wellbeing for your workforce
Brachers Solicitors and our associated HR consultancy, Kent HR were delighted to participate in the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce health and wellbeing event focussed on workforce health and wellbeing matters including: looking at mental health issues, occupational health, an ageing workforce and strategies for developing a healthy business. Read moreFact sheets on 06/04/17
Wellbeing in the workplace: Focus on depression and mental health
With depression the theme of this year's World Health Day, we look at the importance of wellbeing in the workplace and why you should care as employer about your workforce. Read moreBlogs on 06/04/17
How easy is it to get planning permission for Tourism and Leisure Development?
Planning Applications for tourism and leisure development (for example a new hotel or guesthouse or leisure facilities such as cinemas, museums and galleries) are considered by the Local Planning Authority (LPA) for the area in which the development is to take place. Read moreClient stories on 06/04/17
Future-Proofing: Brachers role in the growth and success of the Hadlow Group
Brachers was first retained in 1992 to support Hadlow College with effective credit management and equity release to help bolster its finances and footprint in the educational sector. Read moreArticles on 06/04/17
Maidstone Commercial Property Focus
Despite the many uncertainties facing the UK and its property market, the outlook for Kent remains positive. Read moreFact sheets on 03/04/17
The CLA Kent Debate - Whose land is it anyway?
The CLA’s 2017 Kent Debate focused on the impact of major infrastructure and development on rural Kent and the need for reforms to compulsory purchase laws. Read more