The way we live has changed immeasurably. Eighty years ago, homeowners expected little more than four walls, some windows and a roof. Telephones, hard-wired into an exchange, were a luxury reserved for the very rich, most houses didn’t have indoor plumbing and very few had electricity.
As a landlord you are responsible for the property where your tenants reside, this means legionella bacteria growth where man made water systems are used can be an issue. This article will help you understand what your responsibilities are and the health risks involved.
Thanks to demand and higher property prices in the capital, commuting is often the only option for those working in the city that wish to invest their hard earned cash into owning their own home. And with the preference always being the shortest commute possible, it comes as no surprise that with a high demand in locations close to the city, these popular places are still un-affordable for some.
If you’re a fan of the festive season, Bath could be the perfect location for you to put down roots. Bath boasts one of the best Christmas Markets in the UK, with more than 170 wooden chalets selling original crafts and goods, which is open well after dark for 11 days over the Christmas period. With its Christmas lights, the aroma of mulled wine and pine needles, the annual Christmas Market really gives beautiful Bath a fairy-tale atmosphere.