Planning in principle is an alternative way of obtaining planning permission for housing developments, in particular well located small sites in areas without a five year housing supply.
Landlords in England as of the 20th March 2019 will have comply with new legislation which aims to boost the standard of rented homes for the health, safety and welfare of tenants.
AssetSphere are delighted to announce the provision of additional services for the rural sector that will include farm budgeting, enterprise performance analysis and feasibility studies along with expert advice in respect of Grant funding scheme applications.
The new sponsorship of amateur jockey Bryan Carver by AssetSphere, saw his first point to point ride of the season this weekend. The Silverton and Mid Devon Point to Point was held on 18th November in Buckfastleigh on what was a glorious sunny day.
The latest changes to the government’s planning policy were published on the 24th July 2018 with a revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Following the announcement of changes to the General Permitted Development Order of the Town and Country Planning Act 2015 in April 2018, AssetSphere have been successful in acquiring consent for 5 dwellings on a site in North Dorset.
The new legislation for Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) comes into effect from the April 1 2018. Landlords will therefore need to ensure that changes are made prior to the regulations coming into force.
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is most relevant on purchases above the £925,001 threshold. But many buyers are unaware of the significant savings that can be made on mixed-use land and property, where stamp duty is calculated differently.
Following growith in the UK rental market, letting agents are to be banned from charging fees to tenants “as soon as possible”.
The Private Rented Property Regulations 2015 mean that private rented properties will soon be required to have a minimum level of energy efficiency.