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Bill for ban on letting fees presented to parliament

Bill for ban on letting fees presented to parliament

A draft bill will be introduced to parliament today, in a bid to ban letting agents from charging high introductory fees to tenants across England. The bill comes as part of a reform of the private rental sector and was initially proposed in last November’s Autumn Statement. CEO of eMoov.co.uk, Russell Quirk, said: “The introduction […]

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Housebuilder’s plea for bonfire season

Housebuilder’s plea for bonfire season

A housebuilder is urging people to help their prickly neighbours this Bonfire Night, by making their gardens a haven for hedgehogs. David Wilson Homes Yorkshire West has joined forces with the RSPB to set a new benchmark in wildlife friendly developments, and is encouraging households to watch out for hedgehogs and other small animals that may […]

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Former presbytery becomes student pads….with cinema, gym and laundry

Former presbytery becomes student pads….with cinema, gym and laundry

Student living these days can be more like high class hotels than the squalid digs of the past, An £8.8m student accommodation development by  Leeds-based Clegg Construction has just opened in Sheffield. The scheme for Empiric Student Properties Ltd saw 107 rooms created at Provincial House in Solly Street, in the city’s St Vincent’s Quarter. This […]

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Yorkshire named as ‘top UK investment honeypot’

Yorkshire named as ‘top UK investment honeypot’

As house prices plummet in London, Yorkshire is seen to be holding its own with prices projected to rise by 3.6 per cent over the next five years. The Barclays UK property predictor has delivered the news for Yorkshire as uncertainty continues across much of the UK property market. Ray Withers, CEO, Property Frontiers, said: […]

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Crippling cost of household bills highlighted

Crippling cost of household bills highlighted

Almost 40 per cent of Yorkshire folk are struggling to cope with the rising cost of household bills. A new study has also revealed that the average Brit works 82 per cent (299 days) of the year just to cover these bills. Seventeen per cent say they have already made cutbacks on non‐essential household bills, […]

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Six figure sum to turn disused Yorkshire office block into one bedroom flats

Six figure sum to turn disused Yorkshire office block into one bedroom flats

Specialist lender Together has provided a six-figure sum to breathe new life into a disused office block, as a South Yorkshire-based development company expands its buy-to-let portfolio. The finance company is providing a total of £806,000 to buy and part develop the 1960s-built Fell House in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Property investors Paul Rothwell and Emma […]

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Tighter regulation of landlords and letting agents announced

Tighter regulation of landlords and letting agents announced

All landlords in the private rented sector will soon have to subscribe to an industry ombudsman redress scheme – and agents will have to be qualified and regulated – according to an announcement at the recent Conservative Party conference. Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Sajid Javid used his speech in Manchester to […]

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Gravestones, tarantula skins and animal skeletons: Strangest items British homeowners have found in new properties

Gravestones, tarantula skins and animal skeletons: Strangest items British homeowners have found in new properties

Whilst it’s nice to be left useful items, such as white goods, curtains or window blinds when moving into a new home, some of the items left behind by vacating occupants are a little disconcerting. According to the poll, as many as one in five new homeowners have discovered something deemed to be ‘unusual’ in […]

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Luxury student accommodation is on the rise, but can anyone afford it?

Luxury student accommodation is on the rise, but can anyone afford it?

Gone are the days of basic bedrooms, dodgy dorms, and awful apartments. Now students can look forward to a new breed of luxury student accommodation; kitted out with flat-screen TVs, en-suite bathrooms and access to communal cinemas and gyms. The only question is: can students really afford these new facilities in the middle of a […]

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Government could ban gazumping in market shake-up

Government could ban gazumping in market shake-up

Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has called on the property industry to provide evidence on how buyers and sellers can save time during the property purchase process, with any streamlining of the process through technology also to be considered. One area of focus to make selling and buying cheaper, faster, and less stressful is by tackling […]

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