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:
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?
Wow 2017, it doesn’t seem that long ago that the year 2000 sounded so futuristic! Whilst I don’t buy into the ‘new year new me philosophy’ (seriously how many new years resolutions are kept to past January?) it does give
Up until recently it was the case that only certain HMO’s within the Bexley and Greenwich Boroughs were required to have a licence. That may be set to change. In addition to Bexley’s recently announced consultation proposing additional licensing (to
Yesterday London mayor Sadiq Khan announced improved plans for the controversial river crossing linking the Greenwich Peninsula to Silvertown on the North side of the Thames, as well as an extension of the DLR to Thamesmead. He also announced that further