The funding will ensure a further 59 councils adopt a choice-based lettings approach, bringing the total to 150. This is intended to provide social housing tenants with maximum choice.
There has been much publicity about the relaxation of pension rules to allow residential property to be held as an investment in pension plans, which should provide a much needed boost to the buy-to-let sector.
The third of a series of reports on the survey of English housing for 2003-04 is released today. It focuses mainly on social renters and private renters and shows private renters pay, on average, about twice as much rent as social renters – but they earn, on average, more than twice as much as social […]
David Bexon, managing director of SmartNewHomes.com, responds to the chancellor of the exchequers pre-Budget report.Bexon says: The governments plans for a development gains tax will not be welcomed by a homebuilding industry already bearing the brunt of the responsibility for the health of the UK housing market. The onus is already on homebuilders to provide […]
Staff from Mortgage 2000 and parent company moneysupermarket.com have taken part in a spooky stayover to raise money for The Special Care Baby Unit at a local hospital. The team visited the Plas Teg in Wrexham, a 17th century Jacobean mansion listed as one of the most haunted properties in the UK. Once home to […]
Earlier this year, Jelf Employee Benefits mentioned that the then minister for pensions was openly discussing the need for an increase in the minimum level of auto-enrolment pension contributions.
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