The art of storytelling : We interview illustrator Nick Butterworth

The art of storytelling : We interview illustrator Nick Butterworth

Posted: February 20, 2020   •   Posted in: Local Interest

Books for children seem to be very popular despite some saying print is falling away against online media. There has been a trend over many years for sales of children’s books to decline. Surprisingly, and happily, this has been reversed more recently. I can’t account for it, but sales are up so I guess the […]

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Suffolk is still an attraction for capital buyers

Suffolk is still an attraction for capital buyers

Posted: December 27, 2019   •   Posted in: Investor tips, Properties

In the central London residential property market, there has been a 15-20% readjustment of asking prices over the last three years, following a period of substantial price inflation. Various factors have contributed to this realignment; initially sparked by the increases in Stamp Duty Land Tax but exacerbated by the unstable political situation and the uncertainties […]

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Residential landlords – what do the 2020 MEES Regulations mean for you?

Residential landlords – what do the 2020 MEES Regulations mean for you?

Posted: December 18, 2019   •   Posted in: Lettings

As a residential landlord you will be well aware of the minimum standard of energy efficiency (MEES) for all new leases which came into force on 1st April 2018. This provided that a privately rented residential property would have to achieve an energy performance rating of “E” or above. This was not a retrospective requirement. […]

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