By Paul Rothschild, advisor We’re seeing myriad headlines extolling a booming luxury property market in the UK. Whether prime regional prices increases by 8.5 per cent year on year, or sales of London mega-mansions proving that the wealthy are flocking back to the luxury market, there is much positive sentiment. According to Savills, prime regional […]
The post Guest Blog: A Bumpy Road for the Luxury Residential Market? appeared first on PropertyWire.
Changes to Right to Rent that will affect landlords and letting agents have already happened with further ones fast approaching. Openview – Powered by VTUK urge that, with the use of automation, other parts of businesses can be simplified and this will ensure Right to Rent changes will not impact the smooth-running of companies. The UK government ended all restrictions imposed to diminish the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Monday July 19 2021, with the return of face-to-face Right to Rent checks for tenants set to resume shortly after […]
The post Changes to Right to Rent Highlight Increasing Need for Automation appeared first on PropertyWire.
Thanks to a year stuck inside our homes, it’s no wonder we’ve all become obsessed with renovating rooms wherever we can. There’s countless TikTok videos out there demonstrating how to take renovations into your own hands, making it easier than ever to spruce up your home on a budget. Not only will you be giving your house a lovely new look, but you’ll inevitably make it easier […]
Welsh Government Minister for Climate Change, Julie James, will visit one of Wales’ first ‘positive energy’ social housing schemes this morning, to demonstrate how it will double its spending on social housing for rent in 2021-22, for 20,000 new low carbon homes. The ambitious plans will address a rising demand for housing and the climate […]
The post Welsh Government to Spend £250m on 20,000 Low-Carbon Rental Homes appeared first on PropertyWire.
Leading housing association L&Q have just launched the first phase of new Shared Ownership homes at L&Q at Beam Park, offering first time buyers the chance to get on to the property ladder in this pioneering residential neighbourhood. Transforming a 71-acre site with 3,000 new homes, a new railway station and substantial public infrastructure, Beam Park is a joint venture between L&Q and Countryside creating a brand […]
By Jeremy Wakeham, CEO of the business division at Withers It is safe to say that some local high streets have experienced a revival in the last year. However, many are concerned that a return to normality after lockdown will be accompanied by a return to how things used to be – less local footfall […]
The post Guest Blog: Stakeholder and Community Collaboration Vital to the High Street appeared first on PropertyWire.
Do you find some of the property jargon used by estate agents difficult to understand? Has Google become your closest ally during the property buying process? If this is you, then fear not, property experts at GoodMove have revealed the 12 most searched for property terms according to Google Search Trends1, Plus, experts have created a property jargon dictionary to help buyers understand difficult terminology and avoid expensive little mistakes! […]
Any reform in Autumn must consider alternative means of financing- including looking at Council Tax, says property advisers Colliers. John Webber, Head of Business Rates at the company, said that many cash-starved councils have been in discussions with the Government for a bail out or “capitalisation directions” due to loss of income during the pandemic. The twelve-month 100% business rates holiday (April 2020 to March 2021) given to the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors would have cost local government coffers between £11 […]
Custom Build Homes (CBH), in partnership with Durham City Council (DCC), today (Monday 2 August) announced the launch of Trinity Mews, Durham’s first custom build community in the much sought-after postcode – DH1. Trinity Mews is a collection of nine 3 to 5-bedroom bespoke homes, offering new homeowners the opportunity to design and create a house they will […]
Crest Nicholson has unveiled the final phase of its popular Daventry development, Central Point at Monksmoor Park. Comprising of 24 three and four bedroom houses, this stylish collection brings together a mix of traditional life with modern living in a vibrant new community. Nestled alongside the Grand Union Canal, Monksmoor Park exemplifies Crest Nicholson’s Garden Village Principles, incorporating 25 acres of open space with a fully integrated neighbourhood. Since the site was launched in 2014, Crest Nicholson has significantly invested into the local area with residents enjoying allotments, […]