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13 May 2022
Hybrid working, the impact on your business insurance

While hybrid working isn’t a new concept, many businesses may not have considered the impact it could have on their insurance cover. What are the key areas of business insurance that you may need to review now that hybrid working has become more commonplace?

12 May 2022
Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill

The UK Government has published the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill which aims to devolve power and give local leaders and communities the tools they need to make better places.

10 May 2022
Property sector impact of the Queens Speech

The Queen’s Speech, delivered today, 10 May 2022, focused on the scale of challenges facing the UK cost of living and energy crises, EU legislation still to be removed from the statute books and the impact of the war in Ukraine.

05 May 2022
Property listings: price on application deemed unlawful

National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT) and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), have stated that the use of ‘POA’ or ‘price on application’ in property listings contravenes consumer protection legislation.

03 May 2022
Building Safety Act becomes law, but further action is needed

The UK Government’s legislative response to the Grenfell tragedy has now received Royal Assent but excludes some leaseholders from the new Building Safety Fund. Ministers had previously promised that leaseholders would be protected from the costs of cladding remediation, but landlords owning multiple properties have been prevented from accessing the fund as they are viewed as being of “significant wealth”.

29 Apr 2022
Private Tenancies Bill in Northern Ireland receives Royal Assent

New notice to quit periods are now effective for landlords and letting agents in Northern Ireland as the Private Tenancies Bill received Royal Assent, creating the Private Tenancies Act (Northern Ireland) 2022.  

29 Apr 2022
Property income review consultation

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) seeks views about how the taxation of property income could be simplified and has launched an online survey.

28 Apr 2022
Average length of tenancies increase

PRS REPORT: Data collected from our members continues to indicate signs of ongoing disparity in supply and demand with tenants remaining in their properties for longer periods of time.

27 Apr 2022
Energy Bills Support Scheme (EBSS) consultation

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a consultation to test the design of the EBSS, ensure that support is provided as widely as possible in a simple and cost-effective way and that the recovery mechanism is clear and efficient.

25 Apr 2022
Latest estate agency figures welcome spring market

HOUSING REPORT: Although agents’ stock is still historically low, more new properties are coming to the market bringing with them new buyers and a lift in sales being agreed.

22 Apr 2022
Future homebuyers freed from ground rent bills

The UK Government’s ban on charging ground rent on new leases in England and Wales will come into force on 30 June 2022.

21 Apr 2022
How estate agents can utilise auctions

Agents have a range of options available to them for selling a property. Choosing the right one can have a huge impact on the price achieved, the satisfaction of buyers and sellers with the process, and the reputation of the agent.

21 Apr 2022
Draft Rented Sector Strategy Consultation

Propertymark conducted a series of roundtable discussions that sought input and evidence to inform our response to the consultation, which proposes fundamental and far-reaching changes to the private rented sector (PRS) in Scotland.

19 Apr 2022
Importance of proactively managing arrears

For tenants experiencing increasing financial pressure, rental debt can be a burden, and when things go wrong, debt repayments can further reduce their ability to pay the rent.

19 Apr 2022
Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm regulations imminent

Propertymark urges agents to ensure they are aware of the forthcoming changes to the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations as they could come into effect as soon as Autumn 2022.

13 Apr 2022
Agreement with developers to fund building safety repairs

The UK Government has today, 13 April 2022, revealed a wide-ranging agreement that will see industry contribute £5 billion to address the building safety scandal.

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