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Which local council is focused on creating high quality social housing?

July 24, 2017

Southwark Council is leading the way when it comes to the volume and quality of new council housing the local authority is committed to building. The plan is to create 11,000 new homes in the area for social rent by 2043.

Barclays expects Richmond to see highest property growth

July 23, 2017

The Barclays UK Property Predictor provides great news for home owners with assets in Richmond Upon Thames. The research, released at the end of June, claims that between now and 2021 house prices in the Borough will rise by an incredible 39.10%. This would make the area the hottest area for property in the whole of the UK.

Redbridge Council is encouraging more landlords to be responsible

July 22, 2017

One of the biggest current problems in the private rental market is “absentee” landlords. When a landlord or the managing agent is not proactive and involved it can lead to big problems for tenants. For example the lack of attention could allow the condition and standards to drop to the point where the property is unsanitary or unsafe to inhabit. This could lead to all kinds of penalties.

Newham Council has applied to renew its licensing scheme

July 21, 2017

Newham Council was the first local authority to take a major step towards improving the standards in the private rental sector in the Borough. In 2013 they decreed that every property needed to be licensed. This strategy was designed to combat rogue and criminal landlords who left their tenants dealing with unsafe and unsatisfactory accommodation.

Sport, schooling and great transport links – Wimbledon has everything

July 20, 2017

When you look at the London Borough of Merton the first thing you will probably see is that it is home to Wimbledon. This is one of the largest and most prestigious towns in the area. Homes here are in very high demand, both in terms of purchase and rental. This makes it a really good spot for investment.

Living near rivers in London – rediscovering forgotten ones

July 19, 2017

Living close to a river is an attractive proposition for a number of London residents. The proximity puts them close to nature, provides interesting sights, and also offers the potential of lovely walks when they want to relax and escape the hustle and bustle. In fact London Rivers Week was held from Monday 26th June to Sunday 2nd of July. It offered 30 free guided walks and tours.