Making predictions Predicting the property market, when it is at its peak or its lowest is difficult. However, for a property developer, the time is right if they can mitigate risk. In order to make informed and effective decisions, developers need to have a deep understanding of their market. It is the length of the … Continue reading Property Development: is this the right time to invest?
The job retention scheme, or furlough, has amounted to an astronomical cost to the government with the second furlough at approximately £6 billion per month, £200,000 per day and a total of £41.4 billion as at 18 October 2020 to the economy (figures from HMRC). Let us also not forget the staggering human cost that … Continue reading The Economic and Human cost of Furlough and Redundancies
Evolution of the modern office How has the modern day office evolved since the 1950's? Looking at the evolution of the modern office from cubicles with typewriters and filo faxes through the age of electronics coming in, the integration of the sexes in the workplace and then today a more flexible approach, hot-desking and virtual … Continue reading The Evolution of the Modern Office
Written By Danass Maddison Proposals intended to streamline and modernise the planning process Current system Currently, the government uses the system based on the Town and Country Planning Act 1947. The act calls for local authorities to prepare local plans setting out proposals for the use and development of land within their area, showing an … Continue reading UK Government – planning for the future