The “option to tax” and residential conversions

If you’re thinking of buying an old commercial property to convert to residential use, you need to read this blog. It will explain how you…

Building Regulations: how do they apply to …

  This is the first in what I hope will be a series of blogs that will discuss the Building Regulations, explain what they are…

March 16th – A Red Letter Day for …

March 1st is an important date in Wales, being the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. This year March 16th will…

Thinking of selling at auction?

There may be various reasons why selling a property at auction may be appealing, for example: a) The property may have been on the market…

When is a conversion not a conversion?

Whether you’re planning a new property development or some sort of residential conversion, you probably already know that the VAT issues are quite difficult. Although…

Renovating – Count On Calor

Alastair Lovell from off-grid energy specialists Calor explains why you can count on Calor to ensure you should never run out of fuel. If you’re…

Laser Scanning for Renovation Projects       

On straightforward renovation projects it is a good idea to have a measured building survey carried out at the start.  The survey information will be…