Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement was marked by an attempt to counteract the UK’s expected deficit of £100bn caused by the Brexit vote. Yes, Brexit again.
April 2016 has brought two things: rain showers and a stamp duty rise on second (or more) properties. In fact, the Chancellor’s March Budget has marked significant changes for the property market as a whole so let’s recap what homebuyers and landlords can expect of the year ahead.
Being in a rented home doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of your outside space. Here are a few simple steps, for landlords and tenants, to creating an oasis.
Nearly 40 per cent of London is public parks and gardens. That’s 5,000 acres of verdure Continue reading