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.
The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 received Royal Assent on 24 March 2022 and means a legally binding arbitration process will be available in England and Wales for eligible commercial landlords and tenants who have not already reached an agreement to resolve outstanding commercial rent debts related to the pandemic.
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House of Lords Committee recommends greater devolution of decision making and funding to local levels to build blended communities post-COVID-19.
Getting straight to the facts about our position paper 'The Future of Renting' ahead of Renters’ Reforms. Shared expertise on everyone’s favourite garden import Japanese knotweed, and the often-controversial industry commentator Russell Quirk provides his thoughts on regulation.
Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Michael Gove MP unveiled the UK Government’s Levelling Up White Paper which sets out a complete ‘system change’ of how government works to level up the UK.
The last two years have seen a complete shift in attitudes towards healthcare and the importance of promoting a work-life balance, leading to unforeseen trends across the sector. What does the commercial property sector look like for agents in 2022?
The Budget 2022-2023, announced 9 December 2021, focuses on business recovery, as well as investing in energy efficiency measures, public services and delivering house building projects.
The UK Government has announced today, 9 November 2021, that new laws and Code of Practice are being introduced to resolve the remaining commercial rent debts accrued because of the pandemic.
As high streets across Britain continue to evolve, NAEA Commercial Committee member and Managing Director of Sealeys Walker Jarvis, Michael Alan Sears, examines the reasons behind many of the trends experienced by commercial property agents.
Many councils in the capital have issued Article 4 Directions (A4Ds) to prevent commercial buildings being re-developed into residential units.
Economy Minister Vaughan Gething MS has announced further protections for Welsh businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, lasting until 25 March 2022.
The UK Government has outlined how it will legislate to ringfence rent debt and set out a process of binding arbitration to provide a long-term resolution to pandemic related rent arrears for commercial tenants.
The Community Ownership Fund will help communities across the UK to take ownership of assets and amenities — such as cinemas, music venues, pubs, and leisure facilities — at risk of being lost to the community through closure.
The "Moving on up? Levelling-up town centres across Northern England" report, spotlights how towns are responding to funding streams driving regeneration.
The House of Lords COVID-19 Committee Inquiry into the potential long-term impact of the pandemic on demand for, and access to, housing and green spaces in towns and cities heard evidence from Propertymark.