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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
According to RetailSector.co.uk a return to offices is seeing a boost in activity with footfall in central London and other UK large city centres outside rising by around 6.5 per cent. In some parts of central London...
Climate risk adds a new dimension to growing commercial risk when it comes to flooding of commercial premises. More heavy summer downpours with flash floods are putting business operations at risk across the UK, with all the...
Demand for commercial space is growing at the fastest rate in five years according to a recent RICS report. The report says that industrial space is leading the charge, demonstrating healthy demand throughout the pandemic, with office...
According to Rightmove, Britain’s leading property portal, house prices and the demand for homes are at the highest level they have ever been with the national average asking price of newly marketed properties rising this month (September)...
A gradual return to normality looks hopeful for landlords and letting agents as the Section 21 notice period moves back from its temporary Covid extended period of 6 months to is normal 2 months on 1 October.
Landlords suspect that some commercial tenants are taking advantage of the measures introduced by Government to protect tenants struggling under Covid. The ban on the use of the forfeiture procedure*, and the use of...
The Covid pandemic brought with it bleak times for the commercial property market: the high street was already in decline but this was accelerated significantly by the lock-downs and online sales. Uncertainty over the future of office...
With more millennials (those born between 1980-1996) increasingly getting a foot-hold on the housing ladder, Covid restricted Generation Z (Generation Z is the generation succeeding the Millennials) are opting to stay home with Mum and Dad for...
According to latest research compiled by the Local Data Company (LDC), commissioned by PwC, a total of 3,488 new shops were opened in the period, compared with 8,739 closures, a net decline of 5,251
The ending of an overlap period for profits for the self-employed could result in bigger tax bills. A change in the basis periods for the assessment of self-employed profits to coincide with the tax...