The Private Rented Property Regulations 2015 mean that private rented properties will soon be required to have a minimum level of energy efficiency.
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) have released their latest data on prosecutions in their publication ‘Enforcement in Great Britain 2016’.
The government has announced that an expansion the mandatory house in multiple occupation (HMO) licensing scheme will come into force in 2017.
Energy prices are going through the roof – but this is precisely where rural and agricultural businesses can start looking in order to solve the problem!
The ability to avoid business rates on properties undergoing works has changed following the recent Monk v Newbiggin rating tribunal case.
Developers are searching for suitable sites near 33Kv lines with spare capacity for battery storage.
Farmland price indexes have fallen 3% in the three months to March, ending a run of significant returns on farmland. Values are still high but the average price per acre of English Farmland has now dropped back below £8,000.
The Electronic Communications Code regulates the relationship between electronic communication providers and landowners in the UK.
A change to permitted development rights will see growth in the height of telecoms masts that will be exempt from the need for planning permission.
The government has announced that from 2017, solar panels used for heating water will no longer receive subsidies.