Another long-standing business rates’ saga has finally come to its conclusion in the Supreme Court in the case of UKI (Kingsway) Limited v Westminster City Council. This case dates...
More and more parents are gifting property rather than helping with deposits. But beware, there can be some unexpected costs.
There has been a lot of discussion recently about the responsibility of architects to the communities they serve. Capturing opinions and ideas from invested patient, staff, visitor and surrounding...
With the North West’s property and construction firms preparing to let loose on the town for Christmas, it's worth looking at how you can reward staff without upsetting HMRC.
The Upper Tribunal has delivered its judgement in a case involving the The Smiler ride at Alton Towers.
Ratepayer celebrations may have been premature as the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) seeks leave from the Supreme Court to appeal the Court of Appeal judgement in Cardtronics & Others...
Local authorities have reported that business rate income for 2017-18 amounted to £23.8bn – up £300m on 2016-17 receipts.
There is going to be a major shake-up in the treatment of VAT in respect of building work from 1 October 2019.
Greater Manchester leaders have announced that the next GMSF consultation will run from January to March 2019.
The GMSF final draft could be out for consultation in the next couple of weeks, if leaders give it the green light on 30 November.