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Wayleave Compensation

Wayleave Compensation – 5 things to know Western Power, Yorkshire Water, Severn Trent Water, National Grid wayleave agreements can be yearly or for a fixed term of years (easements are permanent and are covered in a separate article). Things to know and be aware of...

Class Q Permitted Development

Class Q - Permitted Development - Change of Use of Agricultural Buildings to Residential Use has Increased the Number of Dwellings On 6 April 2018 Part 3 Class Q Permitted Development Rights changed in England. Miller & Miller, Land Agents explains how;  ...

EPC’s Sheffield

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards - EPC's From 1st April 2018 it is now illegal to let out a property if its Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) band is F or G. It is a legal requirement for the construction, sale or lease to a new tenant of most buildings,...

Planning for Glamping Sites

Glamping: The Essential Planning Considerations Setting up a Glamping site can be a fantastic way to utilise land that isn’t performing and to diversify your farm business as a complementary income. This article outlines some of the key considerations for those...

Rural Grants for Business

The RDPE Growth Programme is available for business owners to claim grant funding - EOI deadline midnight 31 January 2018. The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) Growth Programme provides funding for projects in England which create jobs and growth in...

Letting Agent South Yorkshire

Letting Agent in Sheffield - 10 things you should know : When letting a property it is important you know you are entering into a legal process which is governed not only by the Housing Acts but an array of different types of legislation and regulations. Below is a...