Browsing articles in "Government Policy"
Feb
16
2016

Reducing Council Tax on Your Property

When you manage a few properties, a considerable part of the upkeep consists in council charges. However, you may be able to reduce these charges. The council tax system was established in 1993. As part of the system all properties in the UK were assigned a rating (ranging from A – H). Over time however the value of properties has fluctuated, and with it so to has this rating. Not all properties have changed, but many […]

Jan
31
2013

Local Solicitors

Utilizing a lawyer is comparable to calling a handyman or an electrical technician – just not in a favorable position. Lawful assistance could be fundamental, when you start another business and as you push ahead. A shrewd business arranging consolidates avoidance of issues and making sure that your business stays ensured opposite plausible predicament. Specialists Northampton offers noteworthy support in for the most part each of the business angles running from crucial zoning understanding, trademark […]

Aug
15
2011

Government Proposal To Restrict House Sharing

Government proposals to restrict house-sharing have been sharply criticised by landlords and student unions alike. The government has suggested plans to give local councils powers to reduce the number of houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) in a single location. House sharing, whereby people that are not related live together in a single property, is a favoured choice for students and young professionals, but can prove a nuisance for locals that have complained that too many […]