STRONG mortgage lending figures today gave the Bank of England yet more reason to hold fire on an interest-rate cut to 0.1% this week.
The disposal plan for Herefordshire County Council’s farming estate has been approved, but tenants are still pushing for their notices to be revoked.
The Mayor of London has joined an alliance of the capital's biggest business groups to slam the Government's revamp of business rates, and push for a reform to the system.
This comes after a revaluation of rateable value, which will mean that some business will have to pay 150pc more when it is brought in next April.
Cala Homes, the UK’s largest private house builder, has been approached by a Chinese company over preliminary takeover talks.
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The cost of renting a home in Britain rose faster than the overall cost of living in the past year, official figures indicate.
Private rental prices increased by 2.3% in the year to September, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
After 40 minutes of swerving through Shanghai’s dense traffic and even thicker fog, the instantly recognisable turrets of Disney’s Enchanted Castle puncture the grey skies, a symbol of China’s rapid, commerce-driven society.
PLANS for a £37m theme park in South Yorkshire have been given the green light.
WORK has begun on the final phase of Birmingham city centre’s largest residential regeneration scheme.
THE current strength of Birmingham city centre’s residential market has been illustrated again with the announcement that a prime development of new apartments has been fully-let even before the scheme is complete.
A Derbyshire neighbourhood plan has been resoundingly rejected by villagers, the first time a referendum on the new breed of development plans has registered a ‘no’ vote.
Planning minister Gavin Barwell has confirmed a slew of government amendments on plan-making will be introduced to the Neighbourhood Planning Bill currently under line by line scrutiny in the Commons.
Many arable farm businesses are locked into farming land at too high a cost through contract farming agreements or Farm Business Tenancies (FBTs).
Some will have to downscale to keep going and returns to landowners must fall, said Gary Markham of Churchgates Accountants.
Developers are pressing ahead with plans to build the City of London’s tallest tower, after several months of deliberating in the wake of the EU referendum.
The effect of the Scottish Land Reform Act is starting to be felt by landowners and tenants.
Early anecdotal evidence suggests improved negotiations between landlords and their tenants, and a change in seller behaviour during sales of farms and estates.
PLANS have been approved for the 553ft tall building which will tower over Allied London’s £1.3bn St John’s Place development in Manchester.
THE House of Fraser building in Manchester city centre has been put up for sale with a guide price of £84.5m.
A private investor has brought to market the Grade II listed building let to House of Fraser, with the price reflecting a net initial yield of 5.07%.
Mortgage approvals dropped 15pc last month as many Britons kept away from the property market, yet ultra-low interest rates helped to fuel a 6pc expansion in personal credit.
A NEW tower block development in the heart of Birmingham city centre is set to virtually double in height in order to cope with increased demand for apartments.
Online estate agent eMoov.co.uk, believes the decision to award the third runway expansion to Heathrow could create London’s first affordable pocket for housing, but not in a way that aspiring London homeowners may want.
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