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  • Turner & Anor, Re, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, March 07, 2005, [2005] EWLands LP_45_2003

    RESTRICTIVE COVENANT - modification - restrictions limiting development on plot to one dwellinghouse and preventing building on specified part of site - application to amend to permit house in part of rear garden and to carry out building works on prohibited area - whether injury to objectors - Law of Property Act 1925, s.84(1) (aa) and (c). IN...

    ...Emily Windsor, instructed by Foot Anstey Sargent, solicitors of Exeter for the ...S J C Construction Co Ltd v Sutton LBC (1975) 29 P & CR 322. Re ... It is roughly square in shape and currently forms the rear (northern) ...31. A letter on costs accompanies this decision, which will take effect ...

  • Wilkinson v West Cost Capital & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 21, 2005, [2005] EWHC 3009 (Ch)

    1. This is a petition brought under section 459 of the Companies Act 1985 in which the primary relief sought by the petitioner ("Mr Wilkinson") is an order that his shares in the seventh respondent, ("NGS") be acquired by the first and second respondents (respectively "WCC" and "Mr Gorman"). Mr Wilkinson holds 40% of the shares in NGS, although he

    ... to put it on a more secure financial footing, and thought that it would be possible to acquire ... to is admissible on the question of construction of the Shareholders Agreement which was ... to save up to 50% of central admin costs - £6m..e) potential to roll the Gadgetshop ... . With the reservations I have record in square brackets, that appears to me to be an accurate ...

  • Ramblers Association, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for Defence, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, May 21, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1398 (Admin)

    J U D G M E N T1. MR JUSTICE SULLIVAN: This is an application for judicial review of the stopping up of Mildenhall Footpath No 28 in Suffolk by the defendant purportedly under powers conferred on him by sections 16 and 17 of the Defence Act 1842 ("the Act"). Sections 16 and 17 as subsequently amended are in these terms: "16 . . . it shall be lawf...

    ... review of the stopping up of Mildenhall Footpath No 28 in Suffolk by the defendant purportedly ... Miss Lieven QC submitted that such a construction of the section would produce absurd results. If ... I am going to square this circle. . 37. MISS LIEVEN: Can I just say ...57. MISS CRAIL: The other question is costs. My Lord, we have won and costs should follow ...

  • Bell v Long & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 16, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1273 (Ch)

    Introduction1. This action concerns the sale of four freehold properties in the ownership of Dimple Property Limited (``the Company'') which took place in July and August 2000. The properties were sold under a single contract for a combined purchase price of £775,000 to Peninsula & Century Properties Limited (``PCPL'') by the first and second D...

    ... to re-pay the indebtedness and to meet the costs of the receivership. 4. On this basis Mr Bell ... rents varying from £10.60 to £18.15 per square foot. The rent roll was about £35,000 per annum ... a new building then in course of construction which was due to be completed and ready for ...

  • Construction, Property & Real Estate (Case Law Review, Issue 7, 2007)

    ... Michael John Construction Ltd v St. Peters Rugby Football Club [2007] All ER (D) 458 TCC. A challenge under s.67 of the ... based on an average of three valuations of price per net square foot. Connolly argued mutual mistake and unilateral mistake in ... Pre-action Costs for breach of Protocol. Charles Church Developments Ltd v Stent ...

  • Environment Agency (Thames Region) v John Bushnell Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 28, 2001, [2001] EWCA Civ 517

    1. LORD JUSTICE MANCE: This is an appeal from His Honour Judge Catlin, sitting in the Reading County Court on 14 February 2000, when he gave judgment against the defendants/appellants for £3,842.36 plus interest and costs. He heard the case and gave judgment on that day. Although it concerns in appearance a simple debt claim, it raises some interes...

    .../appellants for £3,842.36 plus interest and costs. He heard the case and gave judgment on that day. ... such positions and of such form and construction as the Conservators shall consider most ...They have further constructed a footbridge connecting their main premises with the island. A ... for many years is to apply a rate per square foot to the area covered by the physical works ...

  • Merivale Moore Plc & Anor v Strutt & Parker (A Firm), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1239

    The Plaintiff companies are members of the same group. Nothing turns on their joint presence in the action or on their corporate structure. I will refer to them together as Merivale Moore. They bring an action in negligence against the defendant firm of surveyors, valuers and estate agents, Strutt & Parker, in respect of their acting for Meriva...

    ... (2) MERIVALE MOORE CONSTRUCTION LIMITED. Plaintiffs/Respondents. -v-. STRUTT & ... value of the development over its total costs. To find the value of a leasehold interest, it ... assessed the principal space at £60 per square foot, which the Judge, on the basis of Mr ...

  • Oman benefits from calm waters; Oman's port development at Salalah is quietly rising to prominence in the region.

    ..., largely due to the sharp rise in insurance costs on lines operating near the Red Sea area. ... throughput is estimated at 1.2m TEUs (20-foot equivalent units) against the Yemeni port's ... expansion plans call for around 500,000 square metres of new distribution and light ... port facilities at Salalah include construction of two new berths and the creation of a deepwater ...

  • Fairacre Investments Ltd.v Earlrose Golf & Leisure Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 21, 2006, [2006] EWHC 678 (Ch)

    1. This case is in essence a boundary dispute. The land in question lies in an area with a history of industrial and commercial use at West Drayton in the London Borough of Hillingdon, near the junction of the M4 and M25 motorways and immediately to the south of the Slough branch of the Grand Union Canal. It is within the Metropolitan Green Belt, b...

    ... After working for a few years in the construction industry, initially as a driver of vehicles ... 2000 matters were put on a more formal footing and Earlrose granted a formal lease of the Trout ... total area of the disputed land to be 849 square metres. The two main areas in dispute are (a) a ... with one-third of the associated legal costs, that he had subsequently paid `very substantial ...

  • Amoco (UK) Exploration Company v British American Offshore Ltd, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, November 16, 2001, [2001] EWHC 485 (Comm)

    1. By a contract dated September 26, 1997 the Defendant ("BAO") as "Contractor" agreed with the Claimant ("Amoco") to provide a Jack-up Drilling Unit known as the Rowan Gorilla V ("RGV") to "drill, test (as required), complete suspend, and/or abandon" one or more wells in the North Sea. The contract was to continue for at least one year. The...

    ...THE CONTRACT AND ITS CONSTRUCTION 24-100. TERMINATION AT COMMON LAW 101-105. THE ...If it was, Amoco claims damages for wasted costs (the quantification of that claim being excluded ... simulate the maximum loading of the leg footings (or spud cans) on the seabed. It is used in ...KSI is Kips per square inch. The test coupons are cast at the same time ...

  • Lillie & Anor v Newcastle City Council & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 30, 2002, [2002] EWHC 1600 (QB)

    1. In the first week of April 1993 a young man called Jason Dabbs pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court to nine counts of indecent assault, and asked that three other similar offences be taken into consideration. All the offences admitted related to children at a local nursery and he was sentenced to seven years imprisonment. He was at the time...

    ... had the opportunity of following that footage (in the usual way, concurrently with the jury). ... in the Kew House Delicatessen in Eldon Square. He was also, in about 1983-1984, a catering ...f) The Local Authority will fund the costs of legal representation for parents as stated in ... From a purely construction point of view, it matters not. The words must ...

  • Whitecap Leisure Ltd v John H Rundle Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 13, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1352 (QB)

    1. At all material times the claimant company, Whitecap Leisure Limited (``Whitecap'') was the tenant of Willen Lake in Milton Keynes from where it operated a business providing leisure and hospitality facilities. The Willen Lake complex consists of a 100 acre lake and 80 acres of park which Whitecap developed so that by 2000 the facilities includ...

    ... other leisure facilities within a 14,000 square foot building, such that it was able to host ... of Rundles to look at their construction. When I visited Rundles there was only one tower ... our price list a basic five mast system costs £151,000'' but the quotation also offers for ...

  • Andrew Wallace Ltd v Artisan Regeneration Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, January 10, 2006, [2006] EWHC 15 (TCC)

    2. The claimant issued proceedings in November 2005 to enforce the decision of an adjudicator dated 28 October 2005. On 21 December 2005, the court heard an application by the claimant for summary judgment against the defendants. I am obliged to Mr Brannigan for the claimant and Mr Jessop for the defendants for their assistance with this matter.

    ... that the defendants pay the claimant's summarily assessed costs. I made that decision for the following reasons. 4. The parties ... letter to you identifying the agreed change.'' At the foot of that letter is an indication that it was copied to Ms Ainscow ... cost is £2.35 million based on a brief fee of £600 per square metre. .. therefore in accordance with AWA letter/fax dated ...

  • Sisu Capital Fund Ltd & Ors v Tucker & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, September 09, 2005, [2005] EWHC 2170 (Ch)

    A. This application has come on in the Long Vacation as a matter of urgency. I have needed to digest a mass of written material, including case summaries and written opening and closing cases running to several hundred pages, as well as witness statements (excluding exhibits running to some 30 ring-binders) of over 1000 pages. It is impossible fo...

    ... the arrangement itself: IRC v Wimbledon Football Club Ltd [2005] 1 BCLC 66. That proposition (and ... be undesirable consequences in terms of costs and in terms of delay.''. Perhaps one can say ...'s draft contained the following term in square brackets: ``Returned in full from TXU UK to ...b. As a matter of construction, the terms of the GFA were not capable of ...

  • Raja v Van Hoogstraten, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 19, 2005, [2005] EWHC 2890 (Ch)

    1. This is the trial of the first stage (colloquially referred to as ``the Preliminary Issue'') in four actions, three of which were commenced in the Queen's Bench Division and later transferred to the Chancery Division (``the QB Actions'') and the fourth (referred to as ``the Chancery Action'') commenced in the Chancery Division. The Preliminary

    ... Irvin (instructed by Healys, 3 Waterhouse Square, 142, Holborn, London EC1N 2SW) for the ... and loss allegedly caused by, and the costs and expenses of, the sequestration (``the ... of Hamilton Palace (a massive construction costing many millions of pounds and still ... ``a sort of intimidating character'' and a 6 foot 2 inch ``sort of giant''; and (7) he (Mr van ...

  • Looe Fuels Ltd v Looe Harbour Commissioners, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 2008, [2008] EWCA Civ 414

    1. According to Neil Oliver in the current television programme ``Coast'', Looe is the second largest fishing port in Cornwall. Many fishermen live in or near the port and it has sustained a sizeable fishing fleet for many years. The fishing boats need a refuelling facility and this has been provided for some years from a tank operated by Looe Fu...

    ... for an Objective 1 FIFG grant, for the costs involved with the replacement of the tank. · ... and May 2005 at £2.70 and £2.20 per square foot respectively. At the May Board meeting it ... meeting had decided was what type of construction the new tank should be. He also recorded that, ...

  • Clear Channel UK Ltd., R (on the application of) v London Borough of Southwark, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 08, 2006, [2006] EWHC 3325 (Admin)

    1. This matter concerns an application for judicial review of a decision by the defendant, London Borough of Southwark, to issue eight notices pursuant to section 11 of the London Local Authorities Act 1995 requiring removal of eight advertisement hoardings erected on land at St George's Circus, London SE1, the date of the decision being 25th May 2...

    ... It is now square. It is also in a different position from where ... Hoardings E to G: there were two 10 foot by 40 foot hoardings permitted, there are now ..., that the consent, on its true construction, bearing in mind the definition of ... Thank you, and you make an application for costs? . MR LANGHAM: I make an application for costs. ...

  • Duncan & Anor, R (on the application of) v Legal Aid Board & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 16, 2000, [2000] EWHC Admin 294

    There is before the court an application by Ian Duncan and Nicola Mackintosh for permission to apply for judicial review. They are the partners in a small firm of solicitors who have been practising under the name of Mackintosh Duncan since 1st July 1999 from office premises in Borough High Street, Southwark. The respondents to this application a...

    ... expenditure, reduce bureaucracy in claiming costs, and require effective supervision and quality ...'s minute of the meeting, adding in square brackets our understanding of the effect of what ... the legally aided litigant on the same footing as an unassisted litigant with reasonable means ..., access to justice and the construction of the legislation. We have spent a considerable ...

  • Nationwide Building Society v Dunlop Haywards Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, June 14, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1374 (Comm)

    1. In this case the Claimant (`Nationwide') claims approximately £27m as damages for deceit against the First and Second Defendants (`DH') in relation to three valuation reports which dealt with: (1) Units 7 & 8, Saltley Industrial Estate, Adderley Road, Birmingham (`Adderley Road'), (2) St Ivel Works, Llansteffan Road, Johnstown, Carmarthen (`Carm...

    ... without a trial: Wrexham Association Football Club Ltd v Crucialmove Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 237. ... at paragraph 42, when considering wasted costs orders:. The law reports are replete with cases ... is assumed to have been £2.25-£2.50 per square foot, whereas the rents in the lease were of the ... 2006 from a Mr Parmar to Crowngate Construction Limited had been in consideration of a payment of ...

  • Yewbelle Ltd v London Green Developments Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 23, 2007, [2007] EWCA Civ 475

    1. This appeal arises from a transaction relating to land in South London on which stands a tower block (the Tower) which has been said to be one of the ugliest buildings in London. The Appellant Knightsbridge Green Ltd (KGL) and the Respondent (LGD) came to an agreement under which the Respondent would buy the land from KGL, would develop it in a...

    ... consist of 226 residential units, 370 square metres of retail space, 629 square metres for ``a ... Agreement and the buyer paying the legal costs of the London Borough of Merton in connection ...102. I approach this point on the footing that a section 106 agreement which related to a ... In the usual case that construction may not have much practical significance; though ...

  • Wattleworth v Goodwood Road Racing Company Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 04, 2004, [2004] EWHC 140 (QB)

    1. On the morning of the 5th November 1998 Simon Wattleworth was driving his Austin Healey car on the Goodwood motor racing circuit. As he came out of the second part of a bend known as the Lavant bend he lost control of his car, collided with a tyre-fronted earth bank on the inside of the track and was killed. 2. These proceedings were commenced...

    ... time and still are a common form of construction at many circuits. 16. At the meeting of the 4th ... (left side) of the circuit, with ``a square facing trackside by using truck tyres'', which ... was that the driver had not taken his foot off the throttle and was not braking - and so ... But even if insurance costs rise in consequence of a duty of care being held ...

  • Jones v Green, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 16, 2005, [2005] EWCA Civ 1727

    1. LORD JUSTICE LAWS: This is an appeal brought with permission granted by the judge below against the decision of Gibbs J given in the Administrative Court on 13th April 2005 when he allowed a statutory appeal brought pursuant to section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 against the decision of the Secretary of State's inspector, date...

    ... for permission to site 3 caravans of 20-foot by 40-foot for all-the-year-round dwellings. He ... caravans, and, lastly I think, the construction of boundary fences and a driveway. . 5. The ... of units 2 and 3 was confronted fair and square or even discussed. . 30. The inspector's ... dismissed; appellant to pay respondent's costs; detailed assessment of appellant's costs; ...

  • R (on the application of Gillan (FC) and another (FC)) (Appellants) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and another (Respondents), (2006)

    ... clothing in public except for headgear, footwear, an outer coat, a jacket or gloves. (4)  Where ...A. Construction. 13.  The argument centred on the expression ... was specially supervised in an area of 2.5 square kilometres. He was held to have suffered a ... the parties to make written submissions on costs within 14 days. LORD HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD. My ...

  • R (on the application of Gillan (FC) and another (FC)) (Appellants) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and another (Respondents)  , (2006)

    ... clothing in public except for headgear, footwear, an outer coat, a jacket or gloves. (4)  Where ...A. Construction. 13.  The argument centred on the expression ... was specially supervised in an area of 2.5 square kilometres. He was held to have suffered a ... the parties to make written submissions on costs within 14 days. LORD HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD. My ...

  • Davey v Aylesbury Vale District Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 11, 2005, [2005] EWHC 359 (Admin)

    1. Introduction. The Interested Party (``Mentmore'') is the owner of Mentmore Towers, a Grade 1 listed building set within a Grade II historic park totalling 33 hectares in area. Mentmore Towers lies within open countryside and is within the Mentmore Conservation Area. It is clearly the most significant building within the Conservation Area. The...

    ... size, poor condition and high maintenance costs, very little interest was shown in using the ...(a) construction of a three-storey building over an underground ... film stars, television personalities, football players, sports promoters and others who are not ... statement, PPG 13 sets a threshold of 1000 square metres on leisure developments (accepted as ...