With 2019 fast coming to an end the UK construction industry requires a clear & focused route map of expenditure for infrastructure, housing, health and education projects to avoid a return to the boom & bust days of 2008. With a General Election in December, any party with a strong manifesto guaranteeing the delivery of such projects could well be a vote winner.
When it comes to selling up, everyone has a theory of their own, and if you’re keen to get the ball rolling you might be open to suggestions in order to secure a quick sale. But with so much conflicting advice, it can be difficult to know what to do for the best. Here, we put to bed 15 property selling myths so you know where you stand.
This week Attic Self Storage released its new ‘What’s in Store for Storage’ guide, showing how much floor space is required in different sizes of property using government standards. The guide provides a visual representation of the amount of space that must be dedicated to storage, and provides insights into the kinds of ‘stuff’ that people can expect to fit.
Whether it’s a log cabin or a dream summer house, getting started on building in your garden is an exciting time. But the last thing you want is a letter through your door telling you that your lovely new fixture isn’t allowed! So, before you set off, take a moment to get familiar with these legal requirements.
The summer months bring the peak renovation season and one of the first things many people do when thinking about fixing or renovating their property is turn to Google. That’s why comparethemarket.com has teamed up with a range of experts to answer the UK’s most searched for questions around renovations and DIY.
Founded in 1989, Traditional Clay Roof Tiles Ltd do exactly what they promise from the outset – to continue using the techniques of yesteryear to produce a top-quality product that stands the test of time. Named the ‘Most Outstanding in Handmade Roof Tiles’ by BUILD magazine in April, we took a closer look at the company with Director Jakub Kostrzewski to find out more about their methods and product.