Monthly Archives: July 2018

Generational Housing Divide: Mayor Calls for Stamp Duty Devolution

New data has revealed that social housing is now the smallest tenure in London, down from the largest in the …

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Property Sales are Increasing, According to Recorded Registrations

An increase in property sales registrations has been recorded by the Land Registry during June this year. According to the …

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Does your Letting Agent Belong to a Valid Redress Scheme?

Landlords, you may have recently heard about the imminent phasing out of ‘Ombudsman Services’. Here is the latest on the …

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Protest Against Introduction of New Landlord Licencing Scheme in Nottingham

Registration for a new licensing scheme for landlords in Nottingham has now been open for a month, but, with less than …

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Government Opens Energy Performance Certificate for Buildings Call for Evidence

A new consultation into Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) has now been launched by the Government. The Department for Business, Energy and …

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London Buy-to-Let Market Continues to Attract Property Investors

According to Commercial Trust’s most recent buy-to-let purchase mortgage data, London is continuing to be seen as an attractive area …

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