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Nicholson's donate to The Lowestoft Foodbank

Nicholsons Solicitors were delighted to deliver the donations collected by their staff to the Lowestoft Foodbank’s  ‘12 Donations of Christmas’ appeal. The staff and Partners at Nicholsons have been collecting donations across...

Why everyone should have a Power of Attorney

Why everyone should have a Power of Attorney A Power of Attorney is a very valuable document to have in place, allowing you to plan for the future when you can no longer make decisions for yourself. In this article, we look at why a Power of Attorney is...

Commercial Landlords and Tenants: Get ready for the MEES changes

      The rules on minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) are changing again and, whether you are a commercial landlord or tenant, you should be aware of how this might affect you. The MEES regulations apply to properties that are...

Nicholsons' Norwich office bolstered by new arrivals

    (from left to right: Hollie Laird, Kate Duberley, Sally Riches and Charlotte Elwell) Nicholsons Solicitors has recently welcomed four new faces to its fast-growing Norwich team. Hollie Laird and Kate Duberley join the conveyancing...

Do you need planning permission for a home office?

  Since working from home was forced in 2020, workplaces have seen a continued rise in the number of people wishing to stay working from home even after a return to the office is possible. For some, this is simply working from the dining table,...
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