Reading landscape


United Kingdom

CMS’s office in Reading, just outside London, advises clients in the TMT and Lifesciences & Healthcare sectors. Reading is home to some of the world’s leading TMT and Lifesciences organisations and we set up an office here to remain physically close to these businesses, be accessible and to ensure we can deliver the right mix of legal support these businesses need.

The Reading office works with clients locally, nationally and internationally.

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By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode RG1 3BE into your satnav for directions to the office.

There is a public car park situated on Queens Road which is a short walk from the office.

By train

Reading Station is approximately 0.3 miles from the office.

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October 2017
CMS - Where to find us
Treas­ury com­mit­tee in­quiry in­to the UK's eco­nom­ic re­la­tion­ship with...
The House of Com­mons’ Treas­ury Se­lect Com­mit­tee today launched an in­quiry in­to the UK’s eco­nom­ic re­la­tion­ship with the EU. Writ­ten evid­ence is in­vited. The in­quiry will con­sider, among oth­er things, trans­ition­al ar­range­ments, pre­pared­ness for 'no deal', and.
Real Es­tate Re­port 2017
Smart. Healthy. Agile.
Ar­bit­rat­ors us­ing ‘free-style’ ex­ped­ited pro­ced­ures
While the cur­rent trend amongst ar­bit­ral in­sti­tu­tions is to in­tro­duce fast-track rules for smal­ler cases to speed up the pro­cess and re­duce costs, the latest stats from the LCIA re­veal this is hap­pen­ing des­pite their lack of any ex­ped­ited rules.
August 2017
CMS - Facts & Fig­ures
On Wed­nes­day 18th Oc­to­ber, CMS in col­lab­or­a­tion with Thommessen and...
CJC re­port re­com­mends more use of com­puls­ory me­di­ation
The Civil Justice Coun­cil Work­ing Group on ADR has de­cided against re­com­mend­ing com­puls­ory me­di­ation as a pre-con­di­tion of bring­ing or pro­gress­ing all civil lit­ig­a­tion. In­stead, it pro­poses a more se­lect­ive in­tro­duc­tion of com­pul­sion.
July 2017
Your in­tro­duc­tion to CMS
New rights to con­vert light in­dus­tri­al build­ings to res­id­en­tial
Cre­at­ing more hous­ing re­mains Gov­ern­ment’s top pri­or­ity. To en­cour­age this from 1 Oc­to­ber 2017, a new per­mit­ted de­vel­op­ment right al­lows con­ver­sion of light in­dus­tri­al (class B1(c)) to res­id­en­tial (class C3) without plan­ning per­mis­sion.
Second Phase of Con­struc­tion Cam­paign Launched by HSE
On 2 Oc­to­ber 2017, the HSE launched the second phase of its tar­geted in­spec­tion cam­paign, with the aim of re­du­cing the level of harm caused by the con­struc­tion in­dustry’s man­age­ment of risks. In­jur­ies were mainly found to be caused due to cost cut­ting and in­ap­pro­pri­ate.
In­sur­ance: 2017 Cali­for­ni­an Wild­fires
The dis­asters that have struck North Amer­ica in the second half of 2017 have put un­re­lent­ing pres­sure on re­in­surers and in­surers of US Prop­erty & Cas­u­alty. The dev­ast­a­tion caused by Hur­ricane Har­vey, Irma and Maria are now fol­lowed by some of the most de­struct­ive.
The OGA’s Stat­utory No­tice on Meet­ings
On 3 Oc­to­ber 2017 the OGA up­dated its Meet­ings Stat­utory No­tice, amend­ing the list of meet­ings that fall with­in the ad­vance no­ti­fic­a­tion re­quire­ments in Part 2, Chapter 4 of the En­ergy Act 2016 (the “Act”).