Stamp duty theatrics descend into farce

Sajid Javid distances himself from the idea of switching the stamp duty tax burden from buyers to sellers, after commentators accuse the new Chancellor of ‘killing the property market’

HMRC: 6,000 HNWI have left Britain

Latest government data shows a 13% fall in the number of individuals claiming non-domiciled taxpayer status in the UK, with top advisors citing Corbyn and Brexit as key factors…

‘A changed world’: What effect will leasehold reform have on landlords, leaseholders & tenants?

As the Government moves forward with plans to overhaul the established leasehold system, Property Vision’s Charlie Ellingworth & Philip Harvey explore what leasehold reform will mean for landlords, leaseholders and tenants. “For residential landlords of both long and short leases this is a changed world,” they say, “— and it’s not going back any time soon”

On Leasehold Reform: A brief history and next steps

Reforming the leasehold system has been moving rapidly up the government’s agenda, and whilst welcomed by the domestic leasehold owners and tenants, the vast range of proposals are causing some concern in the industry. To make sense of it all, Emma Gosling summarises the background, and potentially highly significant changes on the horizon…