Monthly Archives: January 2019

Improve the Current System, Rather than Introducing a Housing Court, Law Society Urges

The Law Society has urged the Government to improve the current redress system in the private rental sector, rather than …

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A Third of English Councils have over 20% Rental Housing

In around a third of councils in England, between 20-39% of all housing is private rental, according to new figures …

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December was the Calm Before the Storm for Tenants

December appeared to be the calm before the storm for private tenants in the UK, as they’re in for a …

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Government to Outline Details of New Electrical Safety Rules

The Government is set to outline the details of its new electrical safety rules for the private rental sector. Following …

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Property Values Falling Faster than Bitcoin

Property Values Falling Faster than Bitcoin

Some property values across the country are falling faster than the well-documented decline in Bitcoin, according to research from AnyVan.com. …

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Property Transactions Down Across London in 2018

Property transactions were down across the whole of London, as well as England and Wales, in 2018, according to the …

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