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Social housing needs to be welcoming and comfortable to cater for the varying needs of its residents. Whether the property is designed for families with children, elderly people and residents with limited mobility, or any other social group, the environment

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Landlord Insurance: Why it’s Crucial

Buying an investment property is a big step, so it’s crucial to protect it with landlord insurance. As soon as you’ve bought the property, the next step should be sorting out the appropriate cover. Landlord insurance can cover everything from

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Living Room Furniture Set

Social housing, provided by local authorities and housing associations, enables the government to meet its goal that everyone should have access to an affordable, safe and good quality home. People who can’t afford a mortgage or a privately-rented property can

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Christmas decor

Decorating your workplace for Christmas is more than just good fun – it also provides multiple benefits, including boosting staff morale. While customer-facing environments, such as retail stores, always make a big effort to create a festive atmosphere, some offices

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Pound Coins Houses

People often dream about becoming a property magnate, building up an empire and earning money from their investments, but for it to be a good outcome, you need to invest in the right type of property at the right time.

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Office layout

Did you know the use of colour in the workplace can affect employee performance? Colour provides a visual experience that can stimulate the brain, improving productivity and lifting our mood. Deciding on the best colour scheme for your workplace needs

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2021 Coins House

There have been many changes in the property market since the Covid-19 pandemic began in March 2020. For first-time buyers, there was no Stamp Duty payable for properties under £300,000 between July 2020 and 30th June 2021. For existing property-owners

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Overdue rent letter

Many people across the UK have struggled to pay their rent or mortgage. With tenants not being able to afford their rent, this has impacted landlords, who have struggled to pay their own bills without this regular income. The government

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