- Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill—high street rental auctions
- The qualifying criteria
- The auction process
- The potential impact
Property analysis: A central pillar of the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill is the government’s intention to shift power out of Whitehall and into the hands of local authorities. Proposals to give local authorities the power to auction off vacant high street units have already made headline news. Victoria Duxbury, associate director knowledge development lawyer, William Rowell, associate, and Sally Thomson, associate director, at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, look at how the government proposes this may work in practice.
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