When one thinks of property investors, it’s inevitably around residential property and the ‘buy to let’ market. While this market has thrived over recent years, the 2016 Stamp Duty Land Tax changes have made investors look at other potential options. Here Dan Evans, principal at Cozens-Hardy LLP solicitors, and Robert Flint, divisional partner at Brown & Co, answer common questions about the commercial property investment market.
Thinking about the best location for a second home? The first question you need to answer is whether to buy abroad or in the UK. While a holiday home abroad may seem like an attractive option, there’s a lot to consider before you start picturing yourself beside the pool, glass in hand.
June is the official start of summer, and many of us will already have spent time outside enjoying the recent warm weather. So we spoke to dermatologist Dr Deepak Rallan about why it’s so important to use sunscreen to protect our skin from the effects of the sun.
Dan Evans, of Cozens-Hardy LLP, and Graham Jones, of Roche Chartered Surveyors, look at a few common areas of disagreement between landlord and tenant. For the purposes of this article, Graham is giving his views as if acting for the landlord and Dan is acting for the tenant.
For many people, a holiday is the thing they most look forward to each year. It’s a chance to get away from it all, relax, eat, read, explore, or even be adventurous. But with a weak pound and concerns over security issues, not to mention the general hassles that come with a holiday abroad, buying a UK holiday home which you can use throughout the year is a popular alternative.
There’s never a bad time to visit Norfolk, and with the north of the county boasting some of the best beaches, attractions, places to stay and, of course, the Norfolk Broads, it’s no surprise that it’s a holiday hot spot. Here we take a look at things to do in north Norfolk.
With the trend for staycations still going strong, thanks to post-Brexit concerns and a falling pound, escaping to a holiday home is an attractive option. A holiday house investment is also a savvy option, as increasing costs for landlords suggest holiday lets in Norfolk and Suffolk could be the new buy-to-let.
Thornalley Funeral Services in King’s Lynn is committed to its original mission statement: ‘A family business, dedicated to upholding the traditional values of respect, dignity, and to providing the very best care for bereaved families.’
Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer in the UK. Anyone can be at risk and around 160,000 people will develop the disease in Norfolk alone each year. Dr Deepak Rallan explains how a simple screening process can give you peace of mind.
For a number of reasons 2017 will prove to have been a mixed year for the tourism and leisure sector in our region, says Chris Scargill, a partner in Larking Gowen, chartered accountants and business advisors.
There are lots of great reasons to get out and about in the winter: long walks on the beach, admiring the Christmas lights and, if we’re lucky enough to have snow, building snowmen. And it’s even better when you return to a warm and cosy house.
Today’s young people are showing a much greater interest in becoming scientists, technologists, engineers, mathematicians and computer specialists, however there is still a global shortage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills which is having a knock on effect on the workforce of the county’s STEM related employers.
Interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects? If you are looking for a meaningful, interesting and well-paid career, then you should consider finding out what a career in engineering could mean.
A Suffolk dairy farmer-cum-cheesemaker and an estate’s retail diversification are among a host of rural businesses to have made it through to the regional finals of an awards event celebrating enterprise in the countryside.