Month: November 2017

The Autumn Budget 2017: New promise for the Property Market?

gov On Wednesday November 22nd, Chancellor Phillip Hammond delivered his much anticipated second Budget of 2017. While the first held very little for the UK’s housing market, this inaugural Autumn Budget offered considerably more, with Hammond outlining a £44bn strategy to tackle the UK’s housing crisis. The strategy itself includes a number of planning reforms, a... Read more »

The Autumn Budget 2017. What can we expect for the UK property market?


Could Phillip Hammond’s inaugural Autumn Budget bring about much needed and significant changes to the UK housing market? All will be revealed on Wednesday, November 22nd. With a view to simplifying the business of setting taxes and government spending, Chancellor Phillip Hammond made the announcement in November of last year that the Spring Budget would… Read more »