A fortnight ago voters across England went to the polls to elect local councillors responsible for determining what happens to our built environment for the next four years.
This case centres on a substantial three-storey office block: Mexford House, North Shore in Blackpool.
Following an industry wide consultation, the RICS has published a new professional statement, "Service Charges in Commercial Property".
Pressure is still increasing on the Government to take action on business rates after the latest national town centre vacancy rate reached 10.2% last month.
The Rating Surveyors Association has published its response to the Government’s current inquiry on how business rates policy has impacted business with some interesting recommendations.
We can't all be "the biggest, the best, the boldest". Here is how to identify what makes your organisation unique.
With the high street challenge, housing shortages, co-working, co-living, it's a stimulating time to be involved in real estate.
Since April 2016 an additional 3% stamp duty charge has been imposed on buyers purchasing a second home, irrespective of the circumstances. However, buyers purchasing a derelict property could...
Once again Scotland seems to be leading the way in new business rate policies.
An interesting point of discussion has come out of a case between Ipswich Borough Council and registered charity My Community Space.