Removing parent governors | School governor | Education law
Post on 23 Jun 2017
From September 2017, the governing boards of schools and academies will be granted the power to remove elected parent governors and staff governors. A new regulation, introduced without fanfare in March, extends the process currently available for removal of board-appointed (co-opted) parent...
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flexible office working | commercial leases | real estate law
Post on 22 Jun 2017
Flexible workspaces have become more popular in recent years, with The Instant Group reporting an 11% increase in demand in 2015 – 2016. The shift from traditional office spaces to flexible workspaces represents both challenges and opportunities for landlords, who will have to respond to changing...
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Trainee Solicitor in London | Michelmores Careers
Post on 22 Jun 2017
As I am undertaking the final seat of my Training Contract in London, I have now experienced a seat in each of Michelmores' three main offices (London, Bristol and Exeter). Each office is slightly different – be it due to its décor, the focus of the work undertaken or the atmosphere, and so it has...
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maximum temperature in school uk | what is the legal temperature to work in a school
Post on 21 Jun 2017
Schools need to consider both their duty where they are employers, and also their duty of care to students under common law, which is 'to act as a reasonable parent would'. Schools duty as employers Guidance from the HSE on health and safety at work provides that: "The law does not state a minimum...
Education
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Embedded benefits | Renewable energy | Ofgem
Post on 20 Jun 2017
Since July last year, when Ofgem published an open letter on the topic, there has been an increasing likelihood that 'smaller' (sub-100MW) embedded generators would see a reduction in the level of embedded benefits they receive from electricity suppliers, in particular for helping them to avoid or...
Renewable Energy
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ThinkBig | Education Law | CAPH
Post on 19 Jun 2017
Three Cornish schools have won awards at ThinkBIG, a 'Dragons Den' style contest for primary school children held by The Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH), in partnership with the Education team at Michelmores. Pupils from a shortlist of six schools pitched their projects to a judging...
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Family law | Divorce law | Separation law | CAFCASS
Post on 19 Jun 2017
The breakdown of a relationship is invariably upsetting for all those involved, including, of course, the children. Whether or not the parents were married, it will be necessary for them to discuss the future for the children. This will usually include the time that the children will spend with...
Family Law
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Michelmores Property Awards | the John Laurence Special Contribution Award
Post on 16 Jun 2017
The winners of the 15th annual Michelmores Property Awards have been revealed, celebrating outstanding property and construction projects in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset and Cornwall, across ten categories.  Congratulations to Ralph Collison, Alder King – winner of The John Laurence Special...
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City Hall Bristol | Michelmores Property Awards
Post on 16 Jun 2017
The winners of the 15th annual Michelmores Property Awards have been revealed, celebrating outstanding property and construction projects in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset and Cornwall, across ten categories.  Congratulations to City Hall, Bristol – winner of Public Project of the Year, sponsored...
Property Awards
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The Living Systems Institute | University of Exeter | Building of the Year | Michelmores Property Awards
Post on 16 Jun 2017
The winners of the 15th annual Michelmores Property Awards have been revealed, celebrating outstanding property and construction projects in Devon, Somerset, Bristol, Dorset and Cornwall, across ten categories.  Congratulations to the Living Systems Institute, University of Exeter – winner of...
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