A lot’s happening in politics right now; you might say we’re going through the biggest “sea change” for generations, with Brexit, a new radical government in waiting in the US and the prospect of major changes in Europe.
Consequently, Theresa May and Philip Hammond have a lot on their plates besides UK property policies. But property is a major part of the UK economy affecting millions of voters, one which will need major change itself if we are to avoid a housing crisis.
The Chancellor will be presenting his Autumn Statement to Parliament on 23 November 2016 in which many of us are excitedly looking forward to some encouraging announcements on UK property. In particular landlords would like to see a roll-back of some of the tax measures introduced by the former Chancellor, George Osborne MP.
In the meantime, whathouse.com have produced a summary of what the British public want to see as priorities for housing policy from the...
new Prime Minister, Theresa May and her government this upcoming Autumn Statement
What the British public want from Theresa May
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