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    • A new way of living – will Nottingham be the first true 15-minute city?

      A new way of living – will Nottingham be the first true 15-minute city?

      Since the onset of the pandemic, the concept of the 15-minute city has come to the forefront more than ever, with a boom in localism and the strengthening of communities as a result of people being confined to their own local area for much of the last year. In a recent…
    • Construction roundup – building our way out of the pandemic

      Construction roundup – building our way out of the pandemic

      A Derby construction boss has released a report which describes how the UK could build its way out of a looming post-Covid recession and save billions of pounds for the taxpayer. Hodgkinson Builders has produced its first Annual Social Housing Report in conjunction with support and research from the University of…
    • What are the common mistakes you need to avoid with your next BTL?

      What are the common mistakes you need to avoid with your next BTL?

      A north-west based property development company has put together a comprehensive checklist of the top things UK property investors need to consider when investing in a buy-to-let. Salboy – which is fully owned by Simon Ismail and Fred Done, one part of the brother team which owns betting giant Betfred – has…
    • Prime London update: sales activity soars as rental values decline

      Prime London update: sales activity soars as rental values decline

      The number of sales transactions in the Prime Central London (PCL) market recorded in March was the highest since March 2016, according to Knight Frank. The global property consultancy’s latest PCL update shows that while the sales market is thriving, rental values continue to decline. A spike in sales activity as a…
    • Investors – leading the charge of sustainability in property development

      Investors – leading the charge of sustainability in property development

      As a once in a lifetime event, the response to the pandemic has taken precedence over other global issues, including our environmental impact and climate change. As physical events moved to the virtual world and strikes and protests waned, activists and environmentalists may have felt like the world has stood…
    • Investment opportunity – what next for South London brownfield site?

      Investment opportunity – what next for South London brownfield site?

      A prominent brownfield site in South London has been brought to market by Colliers with a guide price of £12 million. The 0.2-hectare freehold site is located on Tooting High Street and provides options for hotel or residential development. The opportunity comprises several derelict vacant buildings, including the former Tooting Constitutional Club,…
    • Pain in Spain continues for British holiday homeowners, says tax firm

      Pain in Spain continues for British holiday homeowners, says tax firm

      As a result of Brexit, which has changed the rules on buying Spanish property, more Brits are being hit by Spain’s hidden holiday home tax. That’s according to accountancy firm Spanish Taxes Online, which is based out of Lanzarote and was founded by British-born senior tax accountant Ben Einar Simkins. “Life used…
    • Q&A with Natasha Boulding – how can innovation improve sustainability?

      Q&A with Natasha Boulding – how can innovation improve sustainability?

      Developing and constructing homes in an eco-friendly way – to lower the property industry’s currently high carbon footprint – has become more important than ever in recent years with sustainability and green issues finally entering the mainstream agenda. Natasha Boulding, a 27-year-old Chemistry graduate and PhD from Durham, has created Sphera…
    • Auction roundup – April action sees historic lots and record wins

      Auction roundup – April action sees historic lots and record wins

      This week, Property Investor Today looks at the historic lots on offer at Network Auctions and Pugh, as well as a personal record set for Sutton Kersh and a high success rate at Strettons’ April sale. Will April set the bar even higher for auction sales, or will the easing of lockdown…
    • Green property – from Marbella eco-builds to zero-carbon in Hertford

      Green property – from Marbella eco-builds to zero-carbon in Hertford

      Renowned architects, developers and one of the Costa del Sol’s leading real estate firms have launched an ‘exciting new collaboration’ to help create more sustainable, eco-friendly homes in Marbella, with plans to upcycle shipping containers. With sustainability and eco-friendliness becoming an increasing priority for buyers and investors, and an increasingly important…
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