Commercial-to-residential property conversions are becoming increasingly common, and with the permitted development scheme now in place, this is likely to accelerate further, particularly as many of these properties tend to have good access to amenities and transport.
When I attend real estate events, they tend to be ‘pale, male and stale’. This is good in a way, because I’m easy to find in a crowd and everyone remembers me, but it’s not truly representative of the general population.
Empty property rates is a tax on failure – the failure of the owner to find either a profitable use for the premises or a paying tenant. It is no wonder that affected ratepayers look to mitigate their liabilities, and the devolved administrations of the UK are developing their own ...
2020-11-20T00:00:00+00:00By Victoria Head & Nicola Jones
Amid the Covid-19 outbreak, we were asked by our client, the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, to bring forward all inpatient bedrooms at the under-construction Grange Hospital (pictured) nine months ahead of schedule.