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  • Flat owners should be given new rights, concludes CMA

    Flat owners should be given new rights, concludes CMA Continue reading the main story Your Home Tips for first-time buyers - interactive video How would a mansion tax work? Does your house make more than you? How your landlord could be a brand Five million people in England and Wales who own their...

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  • Water bills in England and Wales to rise 5.7% in April

    Water bills in England and Wales to rise 5.7% in April Ofwat's Regina Finn explains the reasons behind the riseContinue reading the main story Related StoriesOfwat explains 5.7% rise in billsWelsh Water bills to rise by 3.8%Jersey water prices to rise 2.5%Average water and sewerage bills in England and Wales will rise by 5.7% from April to about £376 per household.The average figure disguises variations between water and sewerage...

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  • Need to know: OFT land agreements

    Need to know: OFT land agreementsEarlier this month, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) produced draft guidance for businesses in property and retail about the land agreements that could be affected by competition law changes next AprilWhat is a land agreement?In the OFT guidance, a land agreement is a contract that creates, alters, transfers or terminates an interest in land.This includes the transfer of freehold interests,best replica watches leases and...

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  • Scottish house prices highest since records began

    Scottish house prices highest since records began Thursday, 04 November 2010 09:45 Alex Bell News - House Prices In the last quarter, the average property price in Scotland rose to £163,360, the highest ever recorded and an increase of 5.8% on the same period in 2009. This is despite sales volumes being only half of what they were at their peak in 2007. These are the headline figures in official...

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  • Whitbread plans £100m London Premier Inn expansion

    Whitbread plans £100m London Premier Inn expansion08:47 | 08.04.08Whitbread has embarked on a £100m expansion of its Premier Inn hotel chain and plans six new hotels in London over the next three years. By Deirdre Hipwell The UK's largest hotel and restaurant group said in a stock exchange announcement today that it had agreed to buy the Quality Hotel in Westminster, Kensington’s Comfort Inn, and the Purple Hotel in the...

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