DIY Ideas for Your Garden

With the recent glorious bank holiday weather, you’re probably starting to think about getting your garden ready for the next spell of sunshine. Gardening is often one of those chores left to the last minute. So if you found yourself scrambling around to tidy this space up in time for visitors, it’s the perfect excuse to get out there and start preparing the area for summer.

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Tenant’s DIY Ideas for your Garden

With warmer weather just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to get out in the garden. However, when you’re renting you may sometimes feel a little uninspired to spruce the area up as you can’t make significant changes. Renting shouldn’t stop you from making the space your own, and with just a few new ideas, you could transform your garden quickly.

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Key Places to Consider Renting In London

The famous London Marathon is only a few days away. Snaking through many well-known boroughs such as Bermondsey, Greenwich, and Whitechapel, before ending up in front of Westminster, this is a great opportunity to learn about the best places to rent in London. Whether you’re moving to London for the first time or looking for your new pad, there are dozens of places to choose from. These range from cool locations like Wapping and Brixton to more family-oriented boroughs such as Hendon or Richmond. Which one’s right for you? Well, in this article we’ll talk about the many options available, and how to choose the right place for you.

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Are short-term lets destroying the private rented sector in major UK cities?

Short-term lets are an enticing prospect for landlords. By marketing your property for short stays through holiday letting companies (including online ones like Airbnb, HomeAway or similar), you can charge much higher rental rates, while also trimming away much of the expensive paperwork and regulation that private landlords routinely have to deal with.

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Tenant fees ban on the cards for Wales

As the UK’s Letting Fees Ban Bill is now in force across England, the Welsh Assembly has debated and agreed a Lettings Fees Ban Bill of its own. After a third discussion, the Bill has been passed through parliament and is now awaiting Royal Assent. If it receives that – which it’s expected to – the likely date for it the Lettings Fees Ban Bill to become law, is September 1st, 2019.

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