50% price premium for best river views of the Boat Race

Monday 28 March 2016

Following Sunday’s annual Cancer Research UK Boat Race, analysis from London estate agents Marsh & Parsons finds that homes with all-year-round views of the Thames can attract price premiums of over 50% compared to ones without.

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Primary Authority agreement now extends to Scottish members

Wednesday 23 March 2016

NFoPP’s Primary Authority partnership with Warwickshire County Council’s Trading Standards Department continues to develop with more member companies being enrolled in to the partnership on a weekly basis.

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£50 million in charitable bonds for Scotland

Monday 21 March 2016

Four housing associations will benefit from this year's £25 million bonds – Kingdom in Fife, Eildon in the Borders, Orkney and Ayrshire. A further £25 million is earmarked for 2016-17.

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Budget 2016 - was it a sweet deal for the property sector?

Wednesday 16 March 2016

With the furore of the 2016 Budget now over, we take a look at some of the biggest announcements that Chancellor George Osborne made. You've probably heard how it wasn't a sweet success for the drinks industry, but what about the property industry, planning policy, businesses and employees?

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Electoral Registration and why it's important for movers

Wednesday 16 March 2016

For house buyers, informing the Local Electoral Registration Officer that they have moved home is probably not top of their list when dealing with the challenges and demands of a house move. However it is important for a number of reasons, not just voting - and it is a requirement in law.

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Deposit protection all under one roof

Monday 14 March 2016

Belvoir Leamington Spa currently have over 300 tenancies registered with Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) Insured, and with the launch of TDS Custodial on 1 April, TDS will be pleased to welcome Belvoir Leamington Spa’s custodial business into the TDS family.

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Have your say on 'upward extensions' in London

Monday 14 March 2016

London is in dire need of more property, but is also short on ground space. In order to address this problem DCLG and the Mayor of London are proposing changes to planning policy trying to make it easier to build upwards.

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Help end corruption within the property sector

Friday 11 March 2016

In a bid to help prevent the UK from being a safe haven for corrupt money from around the world, the Department for Business Innovation & Skills has began a consultation entitled Beneficial Ownership Transparency.

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