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19 Apr

Homes with stained glass windows – in pictures

From a converted chapel in Bristol to a Victorian church in North Yorkshire, here are some homes with colour Continue reading… Continue Reading

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18 Apr

Section 21 and why landlords will still hold all the keys in housing | Letters

SP Chakravarty says the market is inherently rigged against renters, David Griffiths wants court procedures reformed and Rev Paul Nicolson says fighting evictions will be a challengeYou are too kind in your view of the consultation paper (Editorial: Better protections for ‘generation...

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18 Apr

So 1% of the people own half of England. Inheritance tax reform could fix that | Peter Hetherington

I interviewed private landowners across the UK – if we want to stop them trading what is morally ours, we need radical changeFour years ago I asked a simple question about our most basic resource that feeds, waters and houses the nation,...

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17 Apr

Half of England is owned by less than 1% of the population

Research by author reveals corporations and aristocrats are the biggest landownersHalf of England is owned by less than 1% of its population, according to new data shared with the Guardian that seeks to penetrate the secrecy that has traditionally surrounded land ownership.The...

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17 Apr

House prices rise at slowest rate in six years as Brexit hits growth

London experiences biggest slump in a decade but Midlands and north-west race aheadHouse prices across Britain have increased at their slowest rate for more than six years, with London experiencing its biggest slump in a decade as Brexit concerns drag on growth.The...

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17 Apr

Welcome to the Skybridge Renaissance | The B1M

Once seen as isolating walkways between buildings, the concept of skybridges is now being dramatically reimagined in skyscrapers around the world. For more by The B1M subscribe now: http://ow.ly/GxW7y Read the full story on this video, including images and useful…

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16 Apr

The Guardian view on rights for renters: only the start | Editorial

A consultation on scrapping no-fault evictions and introducing new safeguards for tenants is welcome – but not enoughHome is not an address. It is a feeling. Millions of people have the keys to a property, yet enjoy none of the security we...

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