Monthly Archives: July 2012

Frank Davey tells us how to stop the rain from getting in

written by Frank Davey. My mum always used to tell me to wrap up well and not get wet, but who listens to their mother until they are old enough to start to tell their kids the same thing? With … Continue reading

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Keith Hood asks if a holiday home makes financial sense?

Writtern by Keith Hood. I’m pleased to report that I’m writing my column this week on a sun lounger in a very sunnyMajorca. But Let me stop gloating for a moment and get to the point. With the dreadful summer … Continue reading

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What makes an “equestrian property?”

Written by Caroline Culot. With the Norfolk polo festival kicking off this weekend at Langley Abbey, near Loddon in conjunction with the EDP as a media partner, I thought it would be topical to look at equestrian properties. What actually … Continue reading

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The problem of the planning process.. by Tony Abel

Written by Tony Abel. I never cease to be surprised how many people think this is how new homes get built: developer picks a field, applies for planning permission, builds houses.  This is a perception which is not helped by … Continue reading

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When should your love your neighbour? Peter French discusses

Written by Peter French. When we live in close proximity to our neighbours it can only be for the best that we get on with each other. This is particularly relevant when undertaking building works in the form of extensions … Continue reading

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What is the Green Deal? Solicitor David Pett explains.

Written by David Pett. This is scheduled for introduction in autumn of this year, and will enable accredited retailers such as Tesco and B&Q to supply, without no upfront cost, quality assured services to homeowners and businesses looking to improve … Continue reading

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There are chinks of light appearing in the mortgage market, says Simon Gilvey

Witten by Simon Gilvey. What an eventful few weeks for banks! Unless you’ve been out the country for the last fortnight you can’t have failed to have seen the news about the LIBOR rate fixing scandal within theUKbanks. It’s sad … Continue reading

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