Plan:MK was adopted on the 20th March as the strategic Local Plan document to shape growth of the borough for a minimum of 26,500 homes, almost a year after submission. Planning Partner, Mike Jones explains the key areas of the plan.
Offices and labs take up in Oxford and Cambridge has averaged 1 million sq ft per annum over the past three years, with almost 75% of this occupied by knowledge-based companies, finds Bidwells Research Director Sue Foxley.
EIA screening determines whether a project is or is not an EIA development. The screening process has evolved over recent years and become increasingly complex. There is one opportunity to get it right.
When it comes to selling your home, potential buyers want to see everything on offer.
They want to imagine where their furniture and family photos will go.
That’s why it’s vital to present the property in the best light by minimising overall clutter.
Here’s our top tips on how to declutter the home to help prospective buyers.
We are rapidly approaching the end of the 2018-19 tax year and now is the last chance to review your tax situation and make any tax efficient changes. Acting now could save you tax, but you will need to hurry.
Tomorrow’s statement will be overshadowed by Brexit votes later today and possibly immediately after the Chancellor delivers his speech, but attendees of the roundtable will be listening carefully to see if the Treasury has listened to the group’s recommendations.
Bidwells launches its latest Our View on Industrial research. Take up across the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge Corridor continued at above trend levels for the sixth consecutive year in 2018, with the majority of demand focused towards the M1 South industrial market. Download our research paper to find out more: