July 15, 2021

New Out Of Town Distribution Centres Planned

Commercial property solicitors in Yorkshire could have plenty of work on their hands if the plan goes ahead, with new clients negotiating…

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June 23, 2021

Government Considers Ring-Fencing Hospitality Rent Debt

Government ministers are considering proposals to block landlords from evicting hospitality businesses that have fallen into arrears as a…

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June 11, 2021

Office Fusion In Hull’s Old Town For Local Tech Business

A building fusion has created an office fit for the post-pandemic era in Hull’s Old Town.

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June 1, 2021

Work Experience Update

Now that I am coming up to the halfway mark of my time here at Ancora, it felt a good time to reflect on what I have gained from my…

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May 12, 2021

Meet Eva - Work Experience Blog

We were approached by the University of Hull to offer a mentoring scheme to "would be" commercial solicitors. The scheme is a…

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July 15, 2021

Government Set To Introduce ‘Building Safety Bill’

The government has announced a new building safety regulator that will have the power to prosecute property developers that do not meet…

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June 15, 2021

BPF Urges Commercial Property Moratoriums Lifted

The latest data from the BPF points to the majority of property owners and tenants working closely together to resolve rent issues.

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June 10, 2021

Property Developer Launches Company To Help Rescue UK High Streets

The property developer and investor Sam Ginda has launched a new company to help save British high streets from a post-pandemic crisis

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May 19, 2021

Meet the Team – Matthew Hudson

Just over a year in business and we’re proud to say that Ancora Law is growing and developing in ways we never imagined.

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May 6, 2021

New residential property lead joins the growing Ancora Law team

We welcome Ainsley to our growing team. Ainsley Sykes joins the firm as Associate Legal Executive (ACILEX) and will be running a caseload…

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