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Maughan Mitchell and Bluewood Interiors team up – on a fantastically rewarding Charity day out

By |October 4th, 2021|Categories: Charity Work|Tags: , |

Maughan Mitchell and Bluewood Interiors spent an incredibly rewarding day as a Team, last week, working alongside the brilliant Wooden Spoon Charity and Fusion Community Initiatives. Together with other

Maughan Mitchell advise Saint Gobain and team up with RealEst

By |July 25th, 2021|Categories: Rent Review|Tags: |

Following our advice earlier this year to RealEst’s client’s Carnival and Capital Homes, Saint Gobain turned our way for assistance; being made aware of our expertise in the Southampton

Business Rates – Empty Rates Mitigation – Supreme Court rules against SPVs designed to avoid tax

By |May 21st, 2021|Categories: Empty Rates Mitigation|Tags: |

In a significant judgement, impacting property owners and occupiers with vacant space, the Supreme Court has ruled in the favour of Councils; against businesses who have used SPVs (Special

Government legislate retrospectively, to prevent Businesses receiving Covid related Business Rates support

By |March 29th, 2021|Categories: Business Rates Appeal|Tags: |

In an unprecedented move, the Government has announced that it will legislate against Covid 19 being a valid Material Change of Circumstances (MCC), impacting the level of Business Rates

Chancellor Delays Final Review of Business Rates Until Autumn 2021

By |February 20th, 2021|Categories: Business Rates Review|Tags: |

Maughan Mitchell cannot see any reason why this report should be delayed – the only possible reasoning can be it allows the Government to prepare it's response. This Government

Further Government grants to help retail, hospitality and leisure survive lockdown

By |January 14th, 2021|Categories: Commercial Rent Review|Tags: |

We and our clients welcome the additional support, from the Chancellor, but we fear this is too little to meaningfully benefit struggling businesses, forced to close once again. As

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