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We are delighted to announce record figures for November 2019 – having lent over £100m through the month, with strong performance from all product lines including bridging, development finance, Second Charge mortgages and specialist Buy-to-Let (BTL) mortgages.
Despite what some commentators are describing as a flat economic and mortgage market, many of you across the country are still finding ways to purchase your dream home. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, home mover or buy-to-let investor, now may actually be a great time to consider your options.
Propertymark has analysed its lettings and sales data to reveal trends from the year. The private rented sector has seen sharp rent increases due to the tenant fees ban, an outflow of landlords from the market, and Brexit uncertainty.
With the unpredictability of the current business climate (due in no small part to the unchartered waters of Brexit ahead), flexibility has understandably become a watchword for many organisations. The advantage of flexibility in these ever-changing times is clear: with agility comes the ability to change in response to external influences, which are now especially difficult to forecast.
BCP Council (Bournemouth): Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the change of use of a second floor office (Use Class B1(a)) to a personal training studio (Use Class D2) for a site in Westbourne.
Predicting construction activity is no easy task in the current political and economic climate. But for all the current uncertainty, The Glenigan Construction Industry Forecast for 2020 and 2021 highlights a series of bright spots across the industry which should underpin the growth of new activity in the years ahead.
VAT cut on home improvements could generate £15bn in economic stimulus, create 95,000 jobs and unlock £1bn green revolution.
Planning House secured a certificate of lawful development for an existing use after we demonstrated that a modern stable development changed to a dwelling without planning permission and had been in use in excess of 4 years.