Members of the North East Combined Authority Leadership Board have confirmed their support for the proposed devolution agreement for the North East.
North East based Jacksons Law Firm recently advised Ian and Carol Rae, the new owners of the Coachman Inn, Snainton, when they made the decision to buy the 240 year old establishment.
The Court of Appeal ruled yesterday that the Small Sites Exemption is lawful overruling the previous High Court decision. This exemption excludes schemes of 10 units (or 1,000 sq m) or less from the affordable housing provision.
One of the North East’s longest established law firms has expanded its presence to the North East Business and Innovation Centre (BIC).
Jacksons Law Firm is delighted to be selected as finalists for Northern Law Awards in the following categories:
The charity committee at Jacksons Law Firm is, for the 2nd consecutive year, working hard to pull off another successful Bake Off event for businesses in the region to enter a baking competition to help raise funds and awareness for Butterwick Hospice.
The changing landscape of education in the last few years has seen a shift in health and safety responsibilities particularly following the establishment of academies, multi-academy trusts and free schools.
One of the North East’s longest established law firms, Jacksons, is celebrating its 140th anniversary this year having been formed by the merger in 1989 of Jacksons Monk & Rowe, founded in 1876 by solicitor Gilbert Benjamin Jackson in Middlesbrough and Cohen Jackson, founded by Reuben Cohe
Check Your Tenants’ Right to Rent …
Only people with the right to live in the UK have the right to rent property.
In the Autumn Statement the Chancellor announced that he proposed to restrict claims for overpayment of business rates to two years, rather than the current seven years.
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