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Nigel Lewis

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Nigel Lewis is a property writer and editor with a 27-year track record working for national newspapers, magazines, websites and also leading content media agencies and portals. nigeljameslewis@hotmail.com
Bob Panesar's plan to enlarge an HMO in Worcester was rejected by both local and national planning decision makers, but his subsequent appeal looks set to succeed. A plucky developer in Worcester who took...
Despite housing campaigners welcoming the research, it also reveals a widespread belief that tenants should have to pay back any deferred rent. Most people who back tenants being given a rent holiday believe landlords...
Key organisations urge landlords to check they are compliant with the Tenant Fees Act which applies to all tenancies regardless of their start date from midnight on the 1st June. Landlords and agents...
Government has set up a working group to nail down the code, which will apply during the pandemic and will help spread the financial burdens created by the crisis across the sector. A...
Property giant Cushman & Wakefield admits student rental market faces huge challenges at the moment but says it still offers a long-term investment opportunity. Global property agent Cushman & Wakefield is bullish about the...
Sadiq Khan says he wants to help local trading standards officers and the police spot, deal with and report unethical and illegal activity by landlords in London. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has...
Mick Roberts says difficulties of arranging an Alternative Payment Arrangement and the time it took to investigate his case are 'disgusting' and a key reason why landlords are increasingly reluctant to take on Universal Credit tenants.
Castle-inhabiting entrepreneur and 300-property landlord Emma Manners, the Duchess of Rutland, gives away some of her portfolio management secrets. While many landlords are relying on a mortgage holiday to keep afloat as their tenants...
Accreditation scheme has been launched to protect consumers by requiring trainers and courses to stick to the highest standards. Tougher policing of the property investment education sector has taken a step forward this...
Retail and office giant sees losses rise nearly four-fold as its core markets are battered by both the Coronavirus crisis but also retailers struggling against online competition. One of the largest and most...