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Feb 23, 2023

Leasehold reform expected to be introduced in King’s Speech

Jan 27, 2023

Help to Buy housebuilder completion deadline extended six weeks

Jan 10, 2023

Government confirms there are no plans to extend or replace Help to Buy

Dec 05, 2022

Help to Buy housebuilder completion deadline extended by one month

Nov 01, 2022

Are you one of 300,000 households yet to receive the £150 council tax rebate?

Sep 08, 2022

Government urged to improve England’s Affordable Homes scheme

Jul 22, 2022

Right to Buy sales up for the first time since 2016

Jun 27, 2022

Building owners face prison for hounding leaseholders with cladding bills

Jun 16, 2022

Plan for ‘fairer’ rental sector includes ban on no-fault evictions

Jun 14, 2022

We won’t hit housing targets, admits Gove

May 16, 2022

Council tax on empty second homes could double

Apr 29, 2022

Dramatic rise in number of no fault evictions

Apr 22, 2022

Ground rent charges on new leases to be banned from June

Apr 11, 2022

Homes for Ukraine hosts must keep up mortgage payments

Apr 05, 2022

How will banks treat the £150 council tax rebate?

Mar 17, 2022

Warning: £150 council tax rebate can offset arrears and overdrafts

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