Queen’s Speech indicates more to come in housing and education sectors

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It was confirmed in the Queen’s Speech yesterday that new legislative measures will be introduced to support the building of new homes, and to promote further developments in education. Around 30 other new measures were also referenced in the speech, including proposals for measuring and improving life chances, enacting a Bills of Rights to change how human rights law presently works and privatising the Land Registry.

We will review the details of the documents supporting the speech and report further on what there is to find in there and how it might affect housing, education and other sectors.

Nat Avdiu

About Nat Avdiu

Nat Avdiu is a Paralegal in the Contracts and Projects team at Forbes Solicitors. Nat provides updates for clients on a range of issues including: governance, data protection and freedom of information, procurement and charity law.
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