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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
There are record amounts of commercial property coming onto the market as, in some cases, owners fight for survival following a battering from the Covid pandemic comes on top of a declining bricks and mortar retail...
If you are self-employed landlord, run a company, employ others or simply earn additional income, you should be aware of the changes resulting from the latest budget. These guidelines are based on English law...
Lord Best (pictured), chair of the Affordable Housing Commission and a House of Lords peer, calls on the government to purchase private rentals for social housing Conversion of private rented homes to social housing,...
This was a question answered during a recent appeal case covered here by Tom Entwistle In the Prempeh v Lakhany (Oct 2020) appeal the tenant claimed that a Section 8 notice was invalid because...
Salford Quays' Custom and Furness House are to be demolished and replaced with hundreds of new flats. Another example of the loss of commercial office space to residential is a scheme in Salford Quays...
Problem tenants are difficult to deal with for landlords at the best of times; during a pandemic with extra legal protections in place for tenants it’s even more difficult than ever. Despite the government introducing an exception...
Under planning reforms to be introduced by housing minister Robert Jenrick, planning restrictions will be relaxed so that empty shops can converted more easily into housing. In a drive to revitalise high streets, many...
Build to rent or BTR developments, funded by institutional investors such as insurance companies and pension funds, have been growing in numbers dramatically in recent years. And this sector of the residential property market...
One view is that helping people to buy homes, as the government is doing, makes the crisis worse, not better The government first needs to tackle the shortage of affordable properties to rent. That’s...
The average repair bill for those flat owners with fire risk cladding is in the region of £50,000 per flat. This means that for those properties in the North and the Midlands, where property...