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26/03/2020
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring / Property Week

Ringley launches white label co-working platform Busy Living

Property manager Ringley is venturing into commercial proptech by launching a white label flexible office management platform called Busy Living at its new co-working space in Camden. A pilot of the platform will appear at the firm’s Camden Gateway flexible office...

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13/03/2020
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How will residential diversification shake up the world of valuations?

Accused of being overoptimistic in their valuations of retail assets, the UK’s biggest property advisers are awaiting the results of a RICS review into conflicts of interest. Concerns have been raised that valuers are not reporting the true value of shopping centres...

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13/03/2020
Author : Evening Standard / Mary-Anne Bowring

What the Budget 2020 cladding announcement means: how will the new £1bn fund impact those living in potentially unsafe buildings

The Chancellor's announcement of a new £1bn fund for cladding removal, in additional to the £600m already pledged, will come as welcome news to many. Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget statement confirmed £1 billion of additional funding will be allocated to the rem...

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12/03/2020
Author : City AM / Mary-Anne Bowring

Budget 2020: Stamp duty hiked for overseas buyers

The government will go ahead with plans to increase stamp duty for overseas buyers, chancellor Rishi Sunak announced today. He said the government will introduce a new stamp duty surcharge of two per cent for foreign buyers to make it easier for domestic buyers ...

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12/03/2020
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Homebuyers left disappointed as a Budget stamp duty cut fails to arrive, but delayed hike for foreign investors may trigger a mini-London boom

Homebuyers left disappointed as a Budget stamp duty cut fails to arrive, but delayed hike for foreign investors may trigger a mini-London boom Chancellor decides against stamp duty overhaul this afternoon in 2020 Budget Property taxes due to bring £12.8billion int...

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12/03/2020
Author : Mirror / Mary-Anne Bowring

Budget 2020: Stamp duty shake-up to help Brits buy homes and end rough sleeping

Plans unveiled in the Budget will make buying homes in Britain more expensive for people abroad, and use the cash to help rough sleepers Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced Overseas buyers will pay 2% more for a home in Britain than UK residents under new plans anno...

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12/03/2020
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Budget 2020:what Rishi Sunak’s announcement means for housing — from stamp duty hikes to cladding removal fund

A stamp duty surcharge for overseas buyers, planning reform and a fund to remove dangerous cladding were among housing-related measures announced in today's Budget. In a Budget that focused on mitigating the impact of coronavirus on the British economy, comparativ...

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12/03/2020
Author : Property Week / Mary-Anne Bowring

Budget 2020: How will the real estate industry be affected?

Colliers: “The silent majority is sidelined yet again” John Webber, head of business rates at Colliers, said: “Whilst helping SME’s is to be applauded, there is nothing in the Budget that tackles the issues of the larger businesses – and these are the ones shedding ...

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12/03/2020
Author : Building Magazine / Mary-Anne Bowring

Chancellor pledges billions to fund industry projects

Construction industry leaders reacted positively to the Budget announced today by Rishi Sunak, but several key figures said they were expecting more. Despite another delay to the national infrastructure strategy, the new chancellor revealed ambitious funding plans...

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12/03/2020
Author : React News / Mary-Anne Bowring

Sunak's debut budget delivers £30bn investment bonanza

https://reactnews.com/article/budget-2020-property-take-aways/ Mary-Anne Bowring, group managing director at residential property consultancy Ringley, said: "The falling pound has made housing more affordable to overseas buyers, while domestic buyers have had to ...

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