The London property market has seen a record 23% rise in the number of off-market sales agreed, amid the ongoing surge in demand for homes.
The Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA), which is the managing agent trade body, has instructed its members to stop issuing Section 20 notices for cladding work.
Section 20 of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1985 sets out the three-stage consultation process for qualifying works to a property, in cases where the leaseholder will be asked to contribute over £250 to the costs.
If you are planning a home building or renovation project, one of the most crucial stages is putting together a well-researched tender pack.
London may be a hive of construction activity as numerous new buildings appear from Nine Elms to Canary Wharf, but the cost of doing so is now the highest of any city on the planet.
Here are some frequently asked questions about Section 20 notices to help you gain a deeper level of understanding of the process and what it entails.
If you’re embarking on a build project of any kind, having a building contract in place before work begins is advisable,
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced plans for a three-month extension of the stamp-duty holiday, and a new mortgage support scheme in his latest budget.
According to the mortgage lender Halifax, demand has soared for detached homes during the past year, with prices increasing by 10% compared to December 2019.
Here are some common misconceptions about party wall laws and the effect they can have on your construction projects.