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This report is to help give everyone – industry and consumers – a quick five minute guide to what’s happening in the property market, according to the property indices, along with property expert Kate Faulkner’s comments. Read more to find out which cities and towns are performing well or struggling; how to use the town/city data when buying or selling or assessing your own property market as a professional; why demand and supply can be very different for a sale and for a purchase within a local area and much more.
It’s that moment anyone involved in property development fears: the council has decided on your planning application and it’s a no. The question is: what do you do next? Read more to find out whether you should choose to appeal or resubmit your application.
Thanks to some analysis on planning permissions applied for in 2020, ‘metals4u’ have identified where planning permission is given and rejected. In 2020, 359,013 Brits applied for planning permission and by far the majority (87%) were granted, but that left 46,672 applications denied. Find out the best and worst places to get planning permission and what the next steps are if you're thinking of applying for planning.
Japanese Knotweed is one of many invasive plants that could affect the purchase or sale of a property, but also if you don't know to look out for it, could cause homeowners a lot of damage as it is an extremely powerful plant. Read more about Japanese Knotweed here.
Despite the uncertainty over the last 12 months and with the added hope over the last month or so that the country can go back to some sort of ‘new normal’, additional support for FTBs and the SDLT extension, it’s apparent that the huge desire to move last year has continued. Read more here.