Labour looking at housing and land proposals affecting lettings market and tax Tenants would not pay council tax and owners with gardens would be a higher amount, under plans being discussed by the Labour Party.
With Labour in the picture the housing party is definitely over .. The housing party is definitely over.. The current housing market conditions should be seen as the new normal for the next.
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The Labour Party have commissioned an ‘independent’ report titled "Land for the Many" that proposes changes in the way land in the UK is used and governed. key proposal headlines include: Tenancies should be open-ended, and landlords should lose their power to evict a tenant who has not broken the terms of the tenancy agreement for the first three years of the tenancy agreement
Affordable housing, affordable rented and intermediate housing, provided to specified eligible households whose needs are not met by the market. It can be a new-build.
As in his speech last month, he argued that personal income tax cuts were needed to help "secondary earners", mostly women who are looking after children, to return to market work or increase their.
Renters would no longer have to pay council tax under plans being considered by the Labour Party. The charge would be replaced with a new "progressive property tax" set nationally instead of by local councils and paid for by landlords instead of tenants. Owners of second homes, empty homes and those owned by people not [.]
There are concerns that tax relief changes on buy to let mortgages may leave some UK landlords struggling to maintain their yields. One possible opportunity is for them to look at is increasing their returns via the short lettings market for holidaymakers and business people. But for this to be successful landlords need to understand [.]