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Flats that have been created from converted office buildings are not always of the same high standard as traditional new housing due to a lack of planning control. Here we look at why and what you need to watch for.
Everything you need to know about the Chancellor's capital gains tax review and what could change...
Here's how the Green Homes Grant works, including latest details of which energy efficiency measures are covered
The Chancellor today announced a stamp duty holiday. Here's how much you can save, what it means for second homes and everything else you need to know about the change...
The Government has announced plans for the "most radical reforms of our planning system since World War II. But are these reforms what we need right now?
Planning approvals with an expiry date between the start of lockdown and the end of 2020 will be extended
Post lockdown, what has everyone got at the top of their wish list?
A release of demand for property in England, suppressed by the lockdown, pushed the number of sales agreed in early June above pre-coronavirus levels.
As lockdown in England eases and many venture out into their local green spaces, new research has found 71% of people think their local green spaces.
One to watch - Purple Bricks may be about to ditch its fixed fee approach https://t.co/sOINLrdQF9 via @ThisIsMoney
04 August 2020
If you're faced with the task of shopping around for a conveyancing solicitor for your house purchase or sale, did… https://t.co/us753G6nkf
04 August 2020