HMO HOTELS? | How Sarah makes HMO’s that have something for everyone! Alt Street Property Interview Sarah Watt joins us today from Alt Street Property, and we get to see her incredible hotel like HMO’s, she explains why she puts so much care and detail into her HMO’s and how it helps business and satisfies […]
What if I Have Had Work Done Without a Building Inspectors Approval? Mike Woods Building Regulations
What if I Have Had Work Done Without a Building Inspectors Approval? Mike Woods Building Regulations When do I need to appoint a builing inspector to sign off my project? Mike Woods looks at examples of when you need a building control review – working through examples of HMO’s with ensuites and the relevant regulations […]
11 Bed HMO in Article Four Area! | Kim & Tom’s Property Development Case Study Problems & Solutions Andrew interviews Kim & Tom, on their latest 11 bed HMO project an 11 bed HMO in an Article 4 area. See the before – Discover the problems encountered buying during Covid-19 lockdown how issues with financing […]
Size Really Does Matter! New Housing Space Requirement!| Planning Pants with Linda Wright! Andrew & Linda RETURN for another Breaking news planning pants! this episode they discuss the new information regarding new housing having to meet a new space requirement after an announcement from Robert Jenrick, so in fact size really does matter!
Our very own Bill Stiles gives advice to the Property118 audience on the NEW Electrical Safety Act 2020 and busts Myths to stop landlords being ripped off by some electricians Thanks to Bill Stiles from Adept Electrical – http://www.adeptelectrical.co.uk/ for this simple myth-busting session on the new electrical standards. If your electrician has told you that you […]
In this episode Mark Alexander is joined by Mark Smith, Head of Chambers at Cotswold Barristers, to discuss how HMRC’s manuals might be perceived to contradict themselves in relation to definitions on whether or not rental property owners are regarded as running a business. There is no need to reach for your credit card, the […]
HMO Rebanding – Charging Council Tax per Room Recently Tony Dand successfully appealed at the 1st tier Land Tribunal a re-banding of his HMO council Tax for a property which was originally a Band C council tax that the VOA (Valuation Office Agency) re-banded to a Band A per room. On the 17th February Tony […]