New Year Renovations

The new year can be a great time to spruce up your property. Many owners are often looking to carry out minor or major alterations to their property.  However before rolling up your sleeves or instructing a builder – it is important to consider what planning permission you may need. Types of…


Residential landlords

At this time of year as university life begins,  landlords are often taking students on as tenants.  Sometimes students can fall behind with their rent or don’t pay at all – leaving the landlord with a cash flow problem. I have set out below some tips for residential landlords:…


Landlords Beware! - Changes to Section 21 Notices

Important changes affecting Landlords October 2015! Changes have come into effect this week to the procedure for ending Assured Shorthold Tenancies. The new regulations, the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Notices and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015, prescribe the form of notice to be…