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Estate agents ‘are not an essential service’ and must close their branches warns Ministry of Housing
View is from senior civil servant but letting agents say they need to keep their businesses open to organise emergency repairs to properties and look after elderly and vulnerable tenants.
Government is starting to give details on the new fund for removal of unsafe non-ACM cladding while turning up the heat on the private sector to “get it done”.
Criteria carried over from Brokenshire’s £200m ACM include the fund being for buildings over 18m and the requirement for building owners to pursue warranty claims and appropriate action against those responsible for putting unsafe cladding on these buildings, which will be repaid to government once recouped… read more..
Good, but not enough..
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Designed to thank our industry partners We currently offer an industry partner referral scheme. If a referral from you then becomes a fully managed tenanted property, we will pay you £100 as a thank you!This offer applies to current or past...
Do you know what MEES are? Do you know how they affect you? Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) came into force in 2018.
Why do people use a letting agency, rather than do it themselves? We have 8 good reasons you can’t afford to overlook before letting your property …read more