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1 January 2020 – An important deadline for properties with septic tanks

1 January 2020 – An important deadline for properties with septic tanks

In this post Jeremy Scott at Lupton Fawcett explains about the important deadline for properties with septic tanks. From that date it will become an offence for a septic tank to discharge into surface water. Tanks which discharge into the ground might qualify for a further exemption, although the requirements in this respect are complex […]

Occupier’s liability: what are your duties?

Occupier’s liability: what are your duties?

Occupier’s liability: what are your duties? 06 November 2019 – Written by Ware & Kay Solicitors Category: Residential property If you occupy land or buildings, then you will usually be under a duty to take reasonable steps to prevent anyone visiting you being killed or injured or suffering damage to their property. You will also […]

Evidence of difficult trading for businesses increases

Evidence of difficult trading for businesses increases

Whitbread has reported UK like-for-like sales fell 3.7% in its first quarter “due to weak trading conditions”. Like-for-like UK accommodation sales were down 4.6% while UK food and beverage like-for-likes fell 2.1%. Total UK sales were down 1.1%, with accommodation sales falling 1.5% and food and beverage 0.4%. UK and international sales fell 1.0%, with […]

Funding Announced to Support Rural Community Businesses

Funding Announced to Support Rural Community Businesses

In a recent press release, Plunkett Foundation have announced that they’re delighted to have been awarded a grant from The Prince’s Countryside Fund to provide much needed support and training to the UK rural community business sector. the Plunkett Foundation reported that when rural communities lose essential services, such as their local shop or pub, […]

The end of Section 21 Notices?

The end of Section 21 Notices?

In this post, Rob Cooke at Lupton Fawcett explains about understanding the Section 21 Notices. On 15 April 2019, the government proposed a huge change to the private rental sector; the abolishment of Section 21 Notices. At the current date, if a private landlord wishes to obtain possession of their property and terminate a fixed […]

Hot On The Market

Hot On The Market

Two properties which are hot on the market this week. Please contact us on 01904 215241 or email, info@mjdhughes.com. Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton, York, LS24 8EP Ye Old Sun Inn is a multi-award-winning public house and restaurant located in the delightful and community conscious village of Colton. Colton lies on the edge of the […]

Weekly Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter

We bring you the latest top news in industry from this week. Hampshire pub saved from closure named CAMRA pub of the year: A Hampshire community pub saved from closure has been named pub of the year by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). The Wonston Arms in the village of Wonston, near Winchester, has […]

Weekly Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter

We bring you the latest top news in industry from this week. Déjà-brew as pub closures stay high: The latest pub closure figures from CAMRA reveal that 14 pubs are closing their doors each week, prompting the real ale consumer’s champion to renew calls for fundamental action to Save Our Pubs. As the UK prepares […]

Weekly Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter

We bring you the latest top news in the industry from this week.    Ei Group shareholders unanimously back £348m commercial properties division sale: Ei Group shareholders have unanimously backed the company’s plans to dispose of its commercial properties division for £348m. A total of 99.99% of shareholders approved the deal at a general meeting […]