Spending Review 2013
The chancellor has promised to give the “green light” to High Speed 2 and indicated his support for a second Crossrail scheme in today’s Spending Review statement.
Research shows that levy is no magic bullet for planning delays.
Eight out of 10 British adults still think the high street is better for buying some items than shopping online, research has found.
Chancellor warns deficit is still too high ahead of Thursday’s statement.
MPs have urged the government to rethink plans to axe the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Businesses should be involved in neighbourhood plans in order to influence development, the planning minister said today.
The mayor of London has announced £1bn of funding and a package of other measures to deliver thousands of new homes for the capital by 2018.
Residential property transactions are fuelling a higher increase in tax revenues for the government, new data show.
Boris Johnson assumes planning power to approve disputed £1bn scheme.
Prime minister David Cameron will tonight launch a new investment project aimed at raising billions of pounds from overseas investors for UK regeneration projects.
London’s Southbank Centre has entered into a legal commitment to guarantee the long-term future of skateboarding and other “urban art forms” on its site.
The government last week published legislation for the first phase of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail scheme. Robbie Owen outlines the implications for property owners on the route.
Commercial landlords should be penalised for failing to produce energy performance certificates for their buildings, MPs said today.
Next week’s Autumn Statement presents chancellor George Osborne with an opportunity to demonstrate the seriousness the government places on the cacophony of complaints around the business rates system.
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.
Scotland’s first minister Alex Salmond has promised a more stable economy and greater support for business growth if Scotland votes for independence next year.
Based on a single report from Sky News at the end of last month — which cited no source — there has been mounting speculation that the chancellor is “actively investigating” the extension of capital gains tax to non-resident owners of UK residential property.
The real estate sector will have spent US$320bn (£198bn) complying with regulation in 2013, a study has revealed.
London needs an extra 270 hectares of new development by 2020 to meet housing need – the equivalent of 30 new Shards a year, a report claims.
Lease lengths for commercial property fell to an historic low in the year to June 2013, while income lost due to tenants going bust hit an all time high, according to research.
Plans to allow communities to take over public sector land and buildings have been published by the Scottish government today.