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Do you have a Property related question but you don't know where to start and who to Ask? 'Ask Our Expert'!... Read full article

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This article explores, what is believed to be, the 10 most important professionals required for a successful development process. With the views of a few of our leading SME professionals, this article helps to explore some answers. ... Read full article

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"If you are thinking about using CrowdProperty just do it. It's a no brainer".... Read full article

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Not a day that goes by where we don’t hear something about the ‘housing crisis’ or affordable homes in the news. Recently, The Guardian wrote a piece describing fury as housing associations sold off affordable housing in expensive London areas. ... Read full article

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In the First Part this interview, Adam opens up on his background, secrets and best practices to successfully manage a diversified property portfolio.... Read full article

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“Working with CrowdProperty, I would say there are various benefits but for us it was the speed"... Read full article

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We couldn't be more proud to have had our very own TrustedLand Member Grant Leggett, Director and Head of London at Boyer, as Guest Speaker to The Breakfast in Victoria yesterday. Find out more on the article!... Read full article

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The proposed uplift to “Approved Documents Part L and Part F” in 2020, and the more demanding “Future Homes Standard” proposed for 2025 all converge towards the need to improve the energy efficiency of new homes immediately...... Read full article

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InsideOut have had their design proposal for 72 new homes on a sensitive edge-of-town site approved at Brighton & Hove’s Planning Committee.... Read full article

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A fund of £700,000 has been announced this week to assist councils compile lists of locally significant buildings, in an attempt to ensure important local heritage is not lost or eroded. ... Read full article

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