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Tiger Estates MD: The property world may look very different when this is over

In an exclusive article for The Parliamentary Review, Tiger Sales and Lettings Managing Director, Craig Webster, discusses the challenges his business has faced in the current climate and ponders what the property sector may look like when the social distancing measures are lifted.

Covid-19: Ethical Maintenance chief discusses importance of community engagement through pandemic

In conversation with The Parliamentary Review, Kevin Wilkinson, the managing director of Ethical Maintenance in Scotland, discusses the challenges that Covid-19 has thrust upon the business and the importance of community engagement in the property management industry both through the pandemic and when the UK eventually emerges from it.

Bricknells Letting Agents: "It's not easy being a landlord in the private residential sector"

MD of Parliamentary Review representative Bricknells Letting Agents, Dawn Holmes, lays out the trials and tribulations that landlords face in the private residential sector.

MSR Group well placed to assist landlords with impending tax reforms

A number of new tax reforms for landlords coming into effect in April could present market opportunities for firms like MSR Group, who specialise in tax services.

ONS: Working-age adults three times more likely to rent than in 1997

According to figures released by the ONS, people between the ages of 34 and 44 are increasingly unable to move onto the property ladder, with a third of this demographic renting from a private landlord in 2017. In 1997, among the same demographic, fewer than one in ten were renters.

House prices increase by 1.9 per cent in January 2020

A Nationwide survey has revealed house prices have risen at their fastest rate for the first time in over a year, with an increase of almost two per cent in January.

UCL report criticises proliferation of new housing developments built beside roads

A report by University College London has criticised planners and engineers for allowing new housing developments to be built next to roads which do not accommodate pedestrians and cyclists.

Plaid Cymru leader suggests tax policy changes

Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has said that the party would consider abolishing council tax and business rates should it form the next government in Wales.

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