2018-10-18T04:22:00+01:00By Steve Norris
This week, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government announced a consultation on a major reform of ground rents. In many respects it’s kicking at an open door.
Developer LBS Properties has secured planning permission at appeal for a proposed 48-storey mixed-use development adjacent to Canary Wharf at Cubitt Property’s 225 Marsh Wall.
2018-10-16T11:05:00+01:00By Riya Makwana
The London Borough of Newham has granted planning permission for Barratt London and East Ham Regeneration’s redevelopment of East Ham Market Hall.
2018-10-16T10:29:00+01:00By Frances Ivens
Shares in McCarthy & Stone soared 6.36% on Tuesday morning to 135.2p after the government announced an exemption to zero rate ground rents for retirement housing providers.
2018-10-15T12:54:00+01:00By Richard Hook
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has launched a consultation on leasehold reform with proposals to cap ground rents at £10.
2018-10-12T11:31:00+01:00By Helen Crane
Westminster is gearing up to launch a new City Plan, which council leader Nickie Aiken said would “give the property industry the ability to deliver”.
2018-10-11T04:54:00+01:00By Guy Montague-Jones
Could lower forecasts for new households threaten scale of the government’s housebuilding push?
2018-10-10T05:58:00+01:00By Uma Rajah
The proposed 3% SDLT surcharge for foreign nationals is an ill-conceived policy (p29, 05.10.18). While it is laudable to want to help the homeless, this policy does it in a way that is going to cost the UK far more than it helps.
2018-10-10T05:56:00+01:00By Ed Fowkes
The prime minister certainly wasn’t dancing around the issues at the Conservative Party conference, even if her dancing did leave a lot to be desired at times.