A distinct change in climate seems to have taken hold among some of the capital’s larger, high-density residential projects.
After a decade of all-time low interest rates – slashed to 0.25% after the Brexit vote, before returning to 0.5% — analysts now expect a 0.75% rise at the next Monetary Policy Committee vote in May, with further hikes likely to follow.
Under new regulations, employers will now need to tax all ‘post-employment notice pay’. Melanie Stancliffe explains what you need to know
The past two years, we’ve been on a rollercoaster ride of recession-dreading and recovery-hoping. But despite the market’s fickleness, good old boom and bust demands it adheres to some rules - and according to Dalio’s 18-year-cycle, correction is on the doorstep and recession in the post.
Housebuilders need to start looking outside of the first time buyers market to drive sales.
To those of us who work within the flexible workspace sector, increasing landlord interest in our market was inevitable. The question was not ‘if’ but ‘when’. And Richard Williams’ recent piece shows, the time is definitely now.