Cohen Features in ‘EG’ Podcast ‘On the Case: Ludgate House and the Use of Property Guardians for Rates Mitigation’
In a podcast recorded for EG, first aired Dec. 8, London Partner Roger Cohen explains the significance of the recent Court of Appeal’s decision in Southwark London Borough Council v Ludgate House Ltd – a case concerning non-domestic rates and the use of property guardians as a rates mitigation measure for empty properties. Cohen considers what the Court of Appeal’s ruling, in favour of the billing authority, means for property owners and property guardian providers, and provides his thoughts on the wider issues related to rating of empty properties.
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