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How has the property drought affected the Molesey property market?

To Sell Or Not To Sell?

9th October 2015
Timing is everything when it comes to the UK property market.
What you need to know about the recent changes in Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm legislation.
News: Jeremy's building ideas. It shouldn't really have come as a shock: the pollsters had been predicting it for ages. But when Jeremy Corbyn was named as the new leader of the Labour Party a few weeks ago, everyone looked surprised — even the man himself. So now his policies will be scrutinised like never before. According to his website, Corbyn's housing manifesto proposes to allow councils the right and means to commission new homes, in order to meet the demand for affordable housing in their own areas. “Under my ‘Vision for Britain 2020’ Labour will promote major council-funded, desirable energy efficient building projects to provide our young people with a good start in life, to stop paying exorbitant rents and the opportunity of a home they can at least call their own,” he writes.
Enjoy a FREE bun with every freshly ground coffee or hot chocolate purchased before 10am at The Cavan Bakery!
In this edition of our Explore Molesey series, we met up with florist Denise Hamer and her dog Elsa at The Buttonhole Florist on Bridge Road in East Molesey

Welcome to September's Newsletter

16th September 2015
NEWS: Rates up, finances down? Do you believe the results of surveys and polls? After the chaos at the General Election, you'd be forgiven if you didn't. Still, one new survey, released at the end of August, showed that 78 per cent of UK households expect interest rates to rise within 12 months, which is economic food for thought. That said, the dramatic falls of the FTSE in late August — as stock markets across the US and Europe plunged due to fears of a Chinese economic slowdown — should delay any interest rate rises. Yet another survey, from Markit, found that UK households have suffered their sharpest deterioration in finances so far this year in August. Even so, Tim Moore, senior economist at Markit, thought that the “improving economic fundamentals and gradually rising income from employment should continue to support household finances through the remainder of this year.” In other news, the Government has now given details about how it would (controversially) force landlords to evict known illegal migrants from privately rented properties — or face jail if they don't...
In this edition of our Explore Molesey series, we visit The Jewel Box on Walton Road.
But proceed with caution...
Molesey resident Karen Lamb is cycling 500km from Vietnam to Cambodia.

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