CORONAVIRUS: HOUSING MARKET OPEN FOR BUSINESS

CORONAVIRUS: HOUSING MARKET OPEN FOR BUSINESS

In welcome news for the housing industry and prospective buyers and sellers the Government have confirmed the housing market can re-commence and have today published updated guidance. Background Since lockdown was announced the housing market almost ceased overnight (with a few exceptions) as viewings could not take place, surveyors could not visit properties resulting in

Coronavirus: Getting the Country building homes

Coronavirus: Getting the Country building homes

Housing Secretary announced late last night as a series of measures to re-start the housing market, including getting the Country building homes for the future, including: • Allowing builders to agree more flexible construction site working hours with their local council, such as staggering builders’ arrival times, easing pressure on public transport; • Enabling local

Co-parenting amid Coronavirus

Co-parenting amid Coronavirus

With schools now closed, social distancing strongly encouraged and potential self-isolation, trying to co-parent during these extraordinary times can be a very stressful and anxious time for parents and their children. We have had several enquiries on what to do with child arrangements during this difficult period. How do you successfully co-parent during the crisis

GOVERNMENT MEASURES TO PROTECT TENANTS AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS:  SUSPEND ALL POSSESSION PROCEEDINGS

GOVERNMENT MEASURES TO PROTECT TENANTS AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS: SUSPEND ALL POSSESSION PROCEEDINGS

The Government has introduced a package of measures to protect renters affected by Coronavirus so that “no renter in either social or private accommodation will be forced out of their home.”.  As of 27 March 2020 the Court Service must suspend all ongoing Housing Possession actions.  This means that no new proceedings for possession will