Diana Sarghea from our Fleet office is going to take part at an event organised by Step by Step on 21 June 2019. The purpose of the event is to raise money to reduce homelessness among vulnerable young people. When asked why she was supporting the event
A first for 2019, Bates support All Saints Church Dogmersfield – Flower Festival “A Celebration of a Victorian Age”. Bates Solicitors believe in being part of the local community especially since many members of staff live locally. All Saints Church is in the heart of the Hampshire countryside and a wonderful setting for a stunning display of flowers.
Bates are delighted to again sponsor and support the Rotary Club of Hart in their fund raising events in Hartley Wintney in 2019. We start our sponsorship on Saturday 8th June when Bates Solicitors sponsor the Animal Farm which is one of many attractions at the Hartley Wintney Festival. The theme this year is ‘Hartley Wintney History’.
The government is providing £500m to help housing associations build 11,000 affordable new homes, including some ‘rooftop’ properties. The funding boost will help the government towards its target of building 300,000 properties a year by the mid-2020s.
UK house prices rose by an average 1.7% in the year to January but there were wide variations in different regions across the country. The House Price Index compiled by the Land Registry shows that although prices rose year on year, there was a fall of 0.8% from December 2018 to January 2019. The average property in the UK was valued at £228,147
A trainee emergency call operator was racially discriminated against when he was wrongly accused of distributing drugs.
A widow has won the right to claim a share of her husband’s estate even though she was 26 years late in beginning legal proceedings
All private rented property agents must now sign up to a scheme protecting renters’ and landlords’ money. Under the new regulations that took effect on 1 April, all agents in the private rented sector are required to join a government-approved scheme to protect their clients’ money while it is in their possession – with fines of up to £30,000
A bisexual prison officer who was taunted by colleagues as ‘gay’, ‘poof’ and ‘vermin’ was victimised and unfairly dismissed. That was the decision of the Employment Tribunal
Changes being introduced by the government could prove costly for families who haven’t yet dealt with the estate of a family member who died recently. The issue arises because since 2007