Property - Archive

April 2019 articles

UK house prices grew at their slowest rate in seven years early in 2019 as London house prices plunged, according to data published [...]

17 April

Property group Segro secured £21.2m in new headline rent in the first quarter of 2019, as it followed up on a fundraising designed [...]

17 April

Britain’s renters may well be celebrating the government’s plan to scrap Section 21, a landlord’s legal right to evict [...]

16 April

Asking prices in Greater London have edged down by 2.2 per cent in the last year, with values falling to £614,250 on average. [...]

15 April

IWG has completed its first franchise sale to send shares soaring today, as it netted £320m from the sale of its Japanese division. [...]

15 April

With annual house prices falling in England for the first time since 2012, should we be concerned? [...]

15 April

London house prices ticked up this month as sellers raised their expectations as demand from families combined with a Brexit [...]

15 April

The government will ban landlords from evicting tenants at short notice without providing a reason, it announced today, as [...]

15 April

Sentiment among London’s chartered surveyors is among the worst in the country, with house prices expected to fall in the capital [...]

11 April

Brexit uncertainty is weighing heavily on London and the south east’s housing markets as house prices are expected to continue [...]

11 April

Retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone’s profits decreased by two-thirds in the first half of 2019 as it undertook a [...]

10 April

Some of London’s most iconic hotels are facing renewed pressure from rising property taxes, according to business rate experts [...]

7 April

With its annual carnival, famous market and edgy-cum-glamorous feel, Notting Hill has never been a place to conform to the norms [...]

7 April

In his recent Spring Statement, the Chancellor announced that from 2025 newly built homes will not be connected to the gas grid, [...]

5 April