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Homes For Londoners: Affordable Housing And Viability SPG - August 2017
Sadiq Khan has published the final version of his affordable housing and viability supplementary planning guidance (SPG).
UK
7 Sep 2017
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Spring Budget 2017 Analysis - Making Tax Digital
The government has delayed the mandatory introduction of Making Tax Digital for unincorporated businesses and landlords with turnover below the VAT threshold, until April 2019.
UK
9 Mar 2017
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Build-To-Rent Provisions A Welcome Inclusion In The Housing White Paper
The White Paper provides the clearest support yet for Build-to-Rent (BTR) development. A consultation paper on Planning and Affordable Housing for Build to Rent has been published alongside the White Paper.
UK
21 Feb 2017
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The Properties Of Shakespeare
Shakespeare seems to have been as familiar with the language of leases as he was with the language of love (and no one before or since has combined this knowledge to such poetic effect).
UK
9 Sep 2016
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Cooling The Buy-To-Let Spending Spree | PRA Proposes Higher Standards And Capital Charges For Buy-To-Let Mortgage Lending
The PRA published a Consultation Paper and draft Supervisory Statement on 29 March on more strict standards for buy-to-let lending. The proposals coincided with the FPC's statement on macroprudential risks on the same day, which included concerns about the buy-to-let property market.
UK
25 Apr 2016
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The Backdrop To Slow Retail Rental Growth
The UK consumer has so far shrugged off global issues such as the slowdown in China, the falling price of oil and an interest rate rise in the US.
UK
17 Mar 2016
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Shop Lease Renewals In The North Are A Ticking Timebomb
A huge number of town centre leases across the North will be approaching expiry in the next few years.
UK
18 Feb 2016
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Five Checks For Scottish Property Deals Ahead Of LBTT
April is historically an important month for legislative changes, with a raft of new rules and regulations introduced.
UK
2 Apr 2015
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Is There A ‘Third Way’ To Unlocking Housing Supply?
In Greater Manchester, despite solid progress being made on the regeneration agenda, housing supply has stubbornly lagged behind forecast need.
UK
10 Feb 2015
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Comparing Public Real Estate Management In European Cities
It is with great pleasure that Deloitte presents this first publication with insight into the real estate management of a number of large cities in Europe.
UK
8 Dec 2011
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UK Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) And Stock Dividends
UK REITs are qualifying groups or companies with property rental businesses that have elected to join the REITs regime.
UK
24 Mar 2010
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Deloitte Comments: Stamp Duty Cut, A Welcome Stepping Stone For First Time Buyers
"We welcome the Chancellor’s move to introduce a cut in stamp duty for first time buyers for properties up to £250,000.
UK
24 Mar 2010
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UK REITs - A Summary Of The Regime
A UK REIT is a UK resident listed company, that undertakes a ‘property rental business’ and has elected to enter the UK REIT regime.
UK
3 Mar 2010
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Furnished Holiday Lettings
From 6 April 2010 the furnished holiday letting (FHL) rules will be repealed because they are not compliant with European law.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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Buy To Let Lending
The UK buy-to-let mortgage market has boomed in recent years – a fact that has been well documented both in the press and by the industry itself. A number of niche mortgage markets have witnessed strong growth over the past few years, with the buy-to-let market proving to be the fastest growing niche sector.
UK
21 Jun 2007
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Looking Forward – Reporting And Accounting Update For Registered Social Landlords
The exposure draft of the SORP was published in summer 2006 and it was expected that the final SORP would have been published at the end of this month with RSLs encouraged to adopt early in their March 2007 accounts.
UK
14 Jun 2007
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Address. Registered Social Landlords
The Pre Budget Report announced that the changes to the partial exemption special method regime proposed in the 2006 Budget will come into effect on 1 April 2007.
UK
30 Apr 2007
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Climbing The Ladder - Maximising Returns On Residential Property Transactions
Residential property is without doubt the UK’s favourite asset, often dominating all our financial plans.
UK
 
19 Sep 2006
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