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Dutton Homestead | Emma Morby dutton homestall heritage heritage property historic property

Dutton Homestall is a magnificent Grade II* country house situated on the edge of Ashurst Wood on the borders of East and West Sussex.

If jaw dropping beauty is what you are looking for, then this property has the wow factor!

The property is steeped in history and dates back to the 14th...

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St John’s Wood – Prime Central London’s Evergreen Growth Market | Gary Hersham london prime central london property st john’s wood

St John’s Wood, the leafy residential enclave immediately north of London’s Regent’s Park, has proven to be a resilient and increasingly ‘evergreen’ star of London’s ultra prime property market, experiencing increases in values and volumes.

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A New Generation of Tech-powered Regulated Lenders Disrupting the Lending Market | Paul Watson finance lending property finance real estate development finance

We are often told to use the right tool for the job. Specialist finance requires specialist lenders, and so real estate development finance requires niche lenders who can get their head around the intricacies of building a ground-up development or doing a conversion. Paul Watson, Head of...

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One-Stop Isn’t a Cliché – It’s a Value Proposition | Paul Oberschneider finance funding one-stop funding property finance

Anyone who’s been on the development journey knows that the finance side is complicated. They quite possibly have the scars to prove it.

Alternative lenders have been quick to fill the gap left by traditional lenders withdrawing from the development finance market since the GFC. There are...

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Building a Practice to Design the Cities of the Future | Oliver Lowrie architecture design

In the heart of East London, fast-growing architectural practice Ackroyd Lowrie is attracting attention. Delivering imaginative, sustainable and award-winning schemes that hold real commercial value, the firm is adamant about offering more than just good design.

“From the outset, our...

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Planning Ahead – CrowdProperty Launches Planning Gain Finance Product | Michael Bristow finance planning gain finance

At CrowdProperty, we’re dedicated to continuously innovating and improving our service offering – as such, we are delighted to announce the launch of our Planning Gain Finance product this month. Our newest service line affirms our commitment to partnering with ambitious SME...

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This Town (Town)… Is Coming Like a Ghost Town | Michelle Lowe construction development labour shortages property development

The Construction Industry is busy! Booming maybe. There is no shortage of new and exciting projects, main contractors are busy tendering, suppliers and manufacturers are reporting no downturn in demand. After the rocky past few years, this should be good, you say?

We’ve weathered the...

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Homes with History | Gary Hersham 93 eaton square homes with history property

What’s in a name when it comes to the value of real estate?

While the ‘fame’ factor may add a certain cache and unique provenance to a given property, it is rarely this alone that bolsters its value. The connection to a well-known individual or institution will certainly help...

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Brereton Hall | Emma Morby brereton hall heritage property historic property property

This is one of the finest examples of a compact Country Estate with a Grade I Listed Elizabethan country house. With its long driveway and impressive entrance, why wouldn’t you be tempted?

For this month’s property, I have focused more on how you can generate an income to maintain a...

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Some Brief Lessons from Scaling a Property Development Company | Dorian Payne property development

Scaling a property development company is a difficult venture to undertake. The industry is very capital-intensive with a lot of uncontrollable yet significant ‘hoops’ to jump through, plus all the ‘red tape’ that accompanies it. It is also at full exposure to market...

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Top Tips for Working from Home | Debbie Robinson interiors work from home

While trying to separate work from leisure time, which is now more difficult than ever, seeing that a lot of us both work and live at home – the lines are very blurred. The ideal scenario is to have a separate home office space so you can close the door, but if that's not possible, how can...

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Mind the Gap: Addressing Age, Skills & Image Discrepancies in Construction | Jan Tore Grindheim construction covid pandemic proptech technology

Despite a prolonged economic downturn marked by redundancies, instability and the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK construction industry has been one of the main engines of growth in recent years. Globally, the construction market is expected to grow by approximately 70% by 2025.1 However, not...

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