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Homeowners must plan up to seven months ahead if they want a successful home improvement project, according to new research by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). Existing research from the FMB revealed that consumers should expect to wait at least four months’ for a quality builder to be available. However, the FMB’s latest research reveals that when this notice period is combined with the length of time various home
“First time buyers in Croydon to save £2.1million in less than a year” The Croydon Advertiser reports that first time buyers in Croydon have saved more than their counterparts across London. This has been mainly thanks to changes in stamp duty laws, allowing these homeowners to get their foot on the property ladder with savings. A total of £2.1million was saved by people buying their first home in Croydon since November
If your home is in need of some autumn love then we have a fantastic competition for you. We are giving away a £50 John Lewis gift card! John Lewis is a favourite amongst home owners looking for products to help them with a spot of DIY or general home decor. Whether you want something for your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or garden; John Lewis will have the product for you.
Child homelessness in England is at the highest level since 2007Some children live in housing that’s making them ill. Many are missing out on a decent education. Others suffer chronic insecurity, shuffled from place to place in temporary accommodation. Access to decent affordable housing must be at the heart of any strategy for improving the life chances of children and young people and reducing child poverty. Shelter are on the front-line providing
Sky News research suggests government plans to build hundreds of thousands of new homes is unlikely to solve the housing crisis. The UK is facing not one but five concurrent mini housing crises – each with dramatically different consequences and solutions, research from Sky News finds They are: :: A supply crisis: The traditional housing crisis most often referred to by politicians, with not enough homes to fill the demand ::