Residential Real Estate

31 January 2022

Blue plaques and what they mean for a property owner

Blue plaques can be found on buildings throughout London marking where prominent historical figures have lived and worked.  The scheme was founded in 1866 and is now run by English Heritage. Similar schemes are run outside of London by local authorities and organisations. 

Katie Robinson

13 January 2022

Cladding Crisis – finally, a workable solution or more empty promises?

The Housing Secretary has detailed the government’s plan to “reset” its approach to building safety in order to “protect leaseholders and make wealthy developers and companies pay to fix the cladding crisis”.

Tom Beak

31 August 2021

Green leases – a way for landlords and tenants to meet their environmental targets

With Extinction Rebellion taking to the streets this week for a city-wide protest, it would appear that beyond the pandemic, environment and sustainability will be the key issue that the UK is faced with. Within the rented housing market there are a number of ways in which landlords and tenants can create more environmentally friendly properties, including entering into a green lease.

Nathan Wescott

20 July 2021

Constructing additional floors on top of existing blocks of flats

The UK is currently facing a housing crisis. Looking at London in particular, the property market has not been able to support the exponential growth of residents in the capital. 

Daniel Clyne

21 June 2021

Buying property with crypto – are we transforming real estate?

The price of Bitcoin and other crypto assets is notoriously unstable. Whether caused by a cryptic crypto related tweet from a billionaire inventor, or a crypto crackdown being announced by regulators of the world’s second largest economy, the rise and fall of crypto assets continues to prove that crypto can be risky business.

Daniel Browne

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