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Green belt building: British countryside
15Feb

UK housing crisis: Is it time to start building on green belts?

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In principle, few would argue with the merits of the concept of green belts. The aim was to ensure a ring of farmland, forestry and parks were preserved around British cities. We wanted to ensure urban sprawl didn’t slowly swallowing up…
31Jan

Buy-To-Let Landlords: Is It Time To Switch To Commercial Property?

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Will buy-to-let landlords lose money in 2017? Buy-to-let landlords are being squeezed. Taxation changes for buy-to-let landlords in the UK will start being phased in from April this year. For some people, the tax burden may double or even triple…
Sunshine and birds flying over the Thames River in London
20Jan

London Commercial Property Still Going Strong Despite Brexit’s Black Cloud

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In 2016, Brexit firmly cemented itself as both a word in our collective vernacular, and a concept that touched on just about every aspect of our daily lives – from the NHS to the economy, the news cycle, even arguments…
Commercial property could generate income not capital growth
19Aug

Commercial Property income generation is the future

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Commercial property income generation is a very hot topic In the last couple of days there’s been much talk on social media and in the press about the London commercial property market. Even though we are almost two months down…
Ruby Triangle Side View
17May

Will churches be the new venues for music in London?

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The built environment looks permanent. We walk through cities and towns imagining they will always look the same. Without realising, every change of use, extension and closure is transforming our streets and communities before our eyes. Recently the Estates Gazette…