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Government clampdown on holiday lets

Short-term and holiday lets will require planning permission under new proposals that incl...

  • Feb 19, 2024
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More lenders agree to lend mortgages on cladding scandal homes

Three high street lenders have signed up to offer mortgages to those with properties affec...

  • Dec 19, 2023
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Government opens consultation for leasehold reform

The government has opened a consultation for leasehold reform with five proposals around g...

  • Nov 09, 2023
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Government reforms shared ownership rents

The Department for Levelling Up (DLUHC) has brought out a series of reforms to shared owne...

  • Oct 13, 2023
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Lords vote down nutrient neutrality housebuilding plan

The government’s plan to scrap nutrient neutrality laws to build more homes has been vot...

  • Sep 15, 2023
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Levelling Up chair calls for RAAC update on social and private housing

Clive Betts (pictured), chair of the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee (LU...

  • Sep 13, 2023
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Government to reform nutrient neutrality laws to allow development of 100,000 homes

The Department for Levelling Up (DLUHC) has tabled an amendment to change EU nutrient neut...

  • Aug 29, 2023
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Flats requiring EWS1 for mortgages rises to 4,000 in Q2

An EWS1 form or equivalent document was required by lenders for 10 per cent of mortgage va...

  • Aug 24, 2023
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Propertymark calls for ‘clarification and further’ action on leaseholder protections

Propertymark has written to Baroness Scott of Bybrook OBE, parliamentary undersecretary of...

  • Aug 14, 2023
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Propertymark calls for tougher rules on abandoned tenancies

Propertymark has urged the government to give attention to issues caused by the abandonmen...

  • Aug 11, 2023
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