The Law Comes Down on Private Landlords

A recent legal action undertaken by a Scottish court could have serious repercussions for many other cases related to the behaviour of private landlords in this country. A landlord who had already received previous convictions in November 2014 for not complying with The Antisocial Behaviour (Scotland) Act 2004 and breaching the Gas Safety (Installation and …

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No holds barred? Shocking Video Linking Airbnb with Terrorism

Fierce competition and conflict between traditional hotels and short term let online platforms such as Airbnb is old news, but this ongoing battle has now been given a whole new dimension. The Hotel Association of New York City has recently launched an ad campaign against Airbnb, suggesting possible links with terrorism. The 30-second video contains …

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Build To Rent – The Perfect Home With No Mortgage

Imagine the scenario… Serviced accommodation with lounge and coffee/bar areas, rooftop terraces and gardens, libraries, movie rooms, on site launderette facilities, concierge; all within walking distance of the city. You may think we’ve just described a venue for a well-deserved city break however this is the reality of build to rent – a new style of …

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