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We see more cases than we'd like to of pipes bursting during the winter months. Here's how you can avoid the costly nightmare of pipes bursting in your property this winter.
News: Good for starters? David Cameron has pledged to do away with planning rules that require property developers to build affordable homes for rent — an idea that aims to increase the building of homes for first-time buyers. The Conservatives know they have to deliver on the promises announced in their manifesto: namely that 200,000 starter homes will be built over the course of the next Parliament, reserved for first-time buyers under 40 and sold at 20 per cent below the market price. Mark Hayward, Managing Director of the National Association of Estate Agents, says that while this is good news, 200,000 homes “simply isn’t enough bricks and mortar to lift us out of the crisis we currently find ourselves in.” So... will more be said about housing when George Osborne delivers his Autumn Statement on 25 November, alongside the government's spending review? We'll wait and see...

Magical Molesey 2015

10th November 2015
It's our first Christmas in Molesey here at Newton Huxley. We can't wait!

Buyers Out In Force!

4th November 2015
Why is buyer activity so unusually high for this time of year?
Some residents of Molesey may recall the ghostly figure caught on CCTV footage at Hampton Court Palace back in 2003. We've put together a list of some of the ghostly goings on at the famous Molesey landmark.
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.
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