As I am sure you are more than aware the ‘shock’ result at last weeks general election where the conservative government lost its majority has resulted in a hung parliament. As I write they are trying to put together a
With the general election taking place this week, housing will be a factor on how many people choose to vote. With this in mind here is a quick bullet list of the main points in the main 3 parties pledges:
In December 2016, The ONS (Office for National Statistics) reported that house prices across the UK saw a year-on-year rise of 7.2 per cent. These figures are promising for the property market, and if the trend continues, the average home
I was speaking to someone who lives just off Riverdale Road at the weekend, having lived there since the late 90’s they are now looking to make their first buy to let investment, and wondered if the area between Plumstead
As many of you will know following on from this consultation, last month Greenwich Council decided to implement additional licensing for HMOs throughout the borough. The new rules will come into effect on 1st October this year. So what is changing?
Our friends in the U.S have been chasing the ‘American Dream’ for some time now, yet we Brits don’t really have a moniker for ‘making it’ in the UK. If we were to coin our version of the ‘British Dream’, we imagine it would
I haven’t had much time to put together this weeks blog so thought I would answer one of the most common questions I am being asked and by linking out to other sites.… With Crossrail coming ever closer and with
New housing is a hotly debated subject in the UK. Despite the recent uptick in building rates, demand continues to outstrip supply and more a ordable homes need to be built. The situation has improved over the last few years;