Government has announced to review the effectiveness of the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015. This is of major importance as it effects all landlords of private rented sector properties in England. The consultation does not propose any policy changes or changes to the regulations. it’s an important consultation in light of the […]Read More
By Godwin Okri It has long been a settled argument amongst free-market economists that a liberated market is a flourishing market. This is why some economists wince each time they read about Government policies affecting the UK property market. Most people enter the housing market hoping to build financial security for themselves and their […]Read More
Landlords Protection- Evicting Tenants Landlords can evict tenants who have an assured short hold tenancy using following notices: Section 21– to get your property back after the fixed term ends Section 8 – if the Tenant has broken the terms of the tenancy Tenants can be served a notice under Section 21 or under Section […]Read More
A revised Strategic Economic Plan for the Leeds City Region has been unveiled, announcing the creation of an additional 35,700 jobs for local people over the next 20 years and 10 initiatives that are hoped to transform the economy.
Another good news for Leeds Property Market. Northern cities Leeds and Manchester offer the best buy-to-let property investment opportunities for the parents of undergraduate students, according to research. Both areas have an average rental yield of 6%. C4P Estate and Letting Agent has prepared various analytical reports on Leeds Property Market. Next up is Sheffield […]Read More
Leeds council has signed what it describes as a ‘landmark deal’ to develop brownfield land and regenerate three neighbourhoods. The agreement is made with the housing and regeneration specialists Keepmoat and Strata and will involve an investment of £142m in Seacroft, Halton Moor and Osmondthorpe, neighbourhoods in the east of the city. The council estimates […]Read More