Category: Environment

Snakes and Ladders series; Grey spots

The final chapter of the housing journey begins when people start trading in large family homes for smaller ones.      

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Somewhere in the middle

Having traded up from a flat or a smaller house, the middle of the housing journey is firmly the preserve of families living in large homes.

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Frank Innes Community Housing Project

East Midlands based estate and lettings agency, Frank Innes, has announced a new partnership with housing charity Framework.

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Ensure your home or business is protected from flooding

In light of recent flooding that has caused catastrophic damage across much of the UK, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors are advising businesses and homeowners to prepare for extreme weather in the future by creating flood plans to protect … Continue reading

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Haunted Towns – the spookiest places to live and visit ……

The streets will soon be filled with trick or treaters as Halloween fast approaches. It’s not only the kids who enjoy a bit of frightful fun, adults are getting more involved too! With parties and ‘fright nights’ becoming a big … Continue reading

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The number of new homes built on Greenbelt land halves in the last 10 years

Recent research from Countrywide has discovered a significant reduction in the number of properties built on Greenbelt land during the last 20 years. Countrywide estimates that only 96,000 properties have been built on Greenbelt land since 1995, just 3.5% of … Continue reading

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Doing your bit for British wildlife

After a weekend visit to a local wildlife park, I was saddened to hear that our garden friend the hedgehog is in rapid decline, not what I thought would be the main attraction for me on the day, but it … Continue reading

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Countrywide call for transparency and stability for landlords and tenants

As we are all aware when housing is in short supply, the private rental sector is extremely important. Countrywide’s Tonic for Tomorrow paper has called for measures to protect the private rental sector and make improvements to benefit both landlords and … Continue reading

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