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Chancellor warns deficit is still too high ahead of Thursday’s statement.
Lawyers have hit out at plans for a shake-up of the way banks recruit solicitors to advise on residential property transactions.
Commercial landlords should be penalised for failing to produce energy performance certificates for their buildings, MPs said today.
Within a few weeks, the sky has brightened markedly for landlords of residential blocks. First, in March, the Supreme Court decided in Daejan Investments vs Benson to relax the treatment of service charge dispensation applications.
A new service allows landlords to assess how a rent rise would affect profitability.
Legislation governing the management of property funds comes into force on 22 July.
Last year Guernsey introduced the world’s first registrable image rights legislation, which incorporates inanimate objects and breaks new ground in asset protection.
The message: Tree owners should be aware of potential liability for root damage to nearby properties.
Rail property manager seeks partner to develop 24 acres at former depot. Nick Johnstone reports
Transport for London has appointed the Completely Group to promote its commercial properties through a network of online property marketing portals.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne is expected to announce a cap on business rates in the Autumn Statement tomorrow.
Seven government agencies are moving into 21 Bloomsbury Street in a move expected to save the taxpayer £60m.
The government’s chief commercial expert has defended the property valuation prior to Royal Mail’s privatisation as the share price for the company continues to rise.