Arnolds Keys Blog

Insights and updates on the property market. Featuring opinion pieces and brand news across residential, commercial and agricultural sectors.

 

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THE FARMING HEROES KEEPING THE NATION FED

28 March 2020

In the current crisis, it is very difficult to see anything other than dark clouds. But amongst the gloom, there are some glimmers of silver linings: we are seeing the... Read more >

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NOW IS THE TIME FOR LANDLORDS AND TENANTS TO WORK TOGETHER TO SECURE THE FUTURE

26 March 2020

There can be no doubt that we are living in extraordinary times – and getting through such times is going to require some out of the ordinary thinking and behaviour... Read more >

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CLOCK TICKING FOR LANDOWNERS TO BE PART OF COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

6 March 2020

There is now less than a month for landowners to submit sites for consideration to be part of the new Greater Norwich Local Plan – possibly the best opportunity to... Read more >

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A TIMELY REMINDER THAT FIRE KILLS

2 March 2020

The Government have recently relaunched their Fire Kills Campaign which is a timely reminder about Landlords’ responsibilities. Read more >

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CHANGES ARE ON THE WAY – SO BE PROACTIVE TO BENEFIT FROM THEM

29 February 2020

Details are starting to emerge about the future financial landscape once Brexit is complete and the Basic Payment Scheme disappears. Read more >

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What do I need to consider about buying in a conservation area?

18 February 2020

The title ‘conservation area’ is the name given to an area of special architectural or historical interest, as determined by the local council. Read more >

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THE AMBRIDGE FACTOR

12 February 2020

It’s not just the city which offers good buy-to-let potential – rural investors need to understand that tenants are looking for something beyond a nice property. Read more >

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A RETURN TO NORMALITY?

7 February 2020

In our world of 280 character tweets, soundbites and ever-decreasing attention spans, the pithy phrase has gained a lot of traction. Read more >