Latest News From Wilkes

Emma Louise Green, The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors Birmingham, Solihull, Birmingham, Contentious Probate A Comedy of Errors, But Still a Valid Will (Monday, 16 October, 2017) - Emma-Louise Green, Associate Solicitor in the Contentious Probate Department at The Wilkes Partnership, comments on the issues that the Court was asked to consider and how the Court arrived at its decision in respect of the case of Vucicevic & …
Stuart Tym, Head of Planning, The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors, Birmingham, Solihull Standardised Approach to Assessing Housing Need Would Leave Midlands Cities at a Loss (Thursday, 12 October, 2017) - In this article Head of Planning at The Wilkes Partnership, Stuart Tym examines this years housing white paper. At the start of this year the government came under scrutiny on how it was going to change policy to meet targets. …
Gareth O'Hara - The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors - Birmingham, Solihull - Corporate, Commercial, Lawyer Wilkes Corporate Team Advise Johnson Fellows on Acquisition of Retail Agency (Tuesday, 3 October, 2017) - Partner Gareth O’Hara and Associate Mike Linford of the Wilkes Corporate team have advised Birmingham-based Johnson Fellows as it acquired a niche retail agency in a move that has expanded its presence in London and the South East. TPF Retail …
Andrew Garland, Solicitor in Birmingham, Insolvency, Director Defence, Disqualification Directors Beware: Avoid Falling Foul of Rules Against Re-using a Company Name (Thursday, 28 September, 2017) - If you were a director of a company which went into liquidation and currently run a new company which uses the assets and a name similar to the previous company, you may be committing a criminal offence and be leaving …
Stuart Tym, Head of Planning, The Wilkes Partnership Solicitors, Birmingham, Solihull Advice for Local Councils Facing Planning Applications in Conservation Areas (Monday, 25 September, 2017) - The Wilkes Partnership, on behalf of a local authority client, this month helped save several buildings, forming part of a former Victorian hospital, from demolition. Proposals for the demolition of buildings – within a former Lincolnshire asylum designated as a …