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THE LETTINGS CLUB WHERE TENANTS ARE FINED £90 FOR LEAVING DIRTY DISHES

Rent from Lifestyle Club London and you are a ‘member’ … and that’s a whole new grey area Qrticle by Anna Tims, the Guardian (16 May 2018)

When needing to find affordable accommodation in London that oneman was lured by a Facebook ad offering a large, attractive room for a reasonable rate. Cleaning, utilities, broadband and council tax were thrown in. He applied, and moved into a eight-bedroom house-share in Hackney for £900 a month. Only then did he realise what he had let himself in for. “The agent can come and go without notice and make a judgment on how tidy it is and, if they don’t like it, ca...

BRITISH LAND SUBMITS PLANS FOR 3,000-HOME CANADA WATER DEVELOPMENT

article by Chiara Giordano (14 May, 2018) - If given the go ahead, building work could begin in spring 2019

PROPERTY NEWS: NEW RENTAL RULES ‘IMPOSSIBLE’

There are now more than 145 individual laws and over 400 regulations relating to the private rented sector!

THE POLICE STATION SITE, CHRISTCHURCH

Aster are working on a mixed housing and retail project to revitalise the site of the former police station and magistrates’ court off Bargates in Christchurch.

TAX BREAKS FOR GREEN ENERGY INVESTMENTS

article published 10/05/18 by Rob Sowden of Business Cash Enabler

TOP SAFETY ACCREDITATIONS FOR RICHMOND HOME IMPROVEMENT

RICHMOND Home Improvement Co is delighted to announce it has again been awarded accreditation from the three main Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) supported by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE).

SOUND THE ALARM FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY COMPLIANCE

09.05.18 A recent decision in the Court of Appeal (CoA) concerning obligations which can be implied under a lease should ring alarm bells with landlords who do not take compliance matters such as electrical safety seriously.

AIRBNB IS A BREACH OF RESIDENTIAL USE IN A LEASE

article published by Edward John, Shoosmiths 04 May 2018

BUILDING A GREEN ROOM

article published 02/05/18 by Rob Sowden of Business Cash Enabler

THE POLICE STATION SITE, CHRISTCHURCH

Press release: Have your say on the regeneration of the police station site


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