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Tom Entwistle

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Tom Entwistle has invested in and developed commercial and residential properties since 1979 and later founded LandlordZONE back in 1999. editor@landlordzone.co.uk
Tenants may complain, or as in the following case, the council’s inspectors may deem it to be the case, that the system supplied is inadequate for safe living. The Aldford Two LLP v Bristol...
While retail landlords, the likes of Land Securities and Hammerson, have struggled to collect their rents since the outbreak of the pandemic earlier this year, and the collapse in property values and their market capitalisations has been...
In these days, still being restricted by Covid, it would be very convenient and timely to accept documents relating to tenancies and other business contracts that have been signed electronically and transmitted electronically, rather than using the...
With the average Farm Business Tenancy (FTB) now trending at below 4 years, farm tenants say they can’t plan and invest for the future. Research shows that 90 percent of all new FBTs have been let for...
Waltham Forest Council has brought two successful prosecutions against landlords over their flouting of planning laws. Landlords Mr and Mrs Khilji and company director Mohammed Raja Iqbal have been prosecuted by the council and...
A tenancy agreement is just like any other contract, so as soon as both tenant and landlord have signed the agreement, it becomes a legally binding contract. However, contracts can also be made orally, but proof the...
The re-positioning by one of Britain’s biggest property companies comes after a five year slide in its share value, which has knocked almost two thirds off it’s stock market capitalisation. It now expects to sell off almost...
Entering October we have a Covid “second wave” which is introducing a new “wave” of uncertainty running throughout the housing market once again. The post-lockdown bounce took many by surprise. It was spurred on...
Buy-to-let has been the traditional preserve of the “amateur” landlord; it has been called the last of the cottage industries before now. The small-scale landlord with a day job, investing in property to secure a long-term nest...
Pauline McNeill the Scottish Labour communities and equalities spokesperson, who had campaigned for the proposal by way of a member’s bill, says she welcomes the MSP’s change of heart. Holyrood Parliament’s local government committee...