Buying and Selling Property during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Buying and Selling Property during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Buying and Selling Property during the COVID-19 Lockdown The COVID-19 outbreak is having an impact on the property market and if you are part way through a transaction or are considering buying or selling in the near future, we have collated some information that you...
Agile Working

Agile Working

Agile Working Deloitte UK published a report this month which shows poor mental wellbeing has increased costs for employers by 16%, since 2016. There is a proven link between employers who invest time in staff wellbeing and generally saving money in the long run by...
Residential Landlord – Warning after £40,000 fine issued

Residential Landlord – Warning after £40,000 fine issued

Residential Landlord – Warning after £40,000 fine issued The law for landlord and tenants is constantly changing.  As such it is vital that landlords make themselves aware of the changes and review their properties on a regular basis to ensure they are...
Adverse possession – does a fence matter?

Adverse possession – does a fence matter?

Adverse possession – does a fence matter? Adverse possession (commonly known as “squatter’s rights”) is continuously using land which is owned by someone else, as your own for a period of time, and then applying to be registered as the legal owner of the land....
Renting out your flat via Airbnb

Renting out your flat via Airbnb

Renting out your flat via Airbnb If you own a flat, it may be tempting to rent it out whilst you are on holiday or for longer, to earn some extra income. However, a recent court case held that renting a flat out on Airbnb breached the tenant’s lease. In the case of...