23 March 2021 was dubbed 'tax day' when the government announced more than 30 tax updates separate from the budget. Cambridge Finance offers a summary of these updates that may affect its delegates. Taxation is part of life, none of us like it but it necessary, hopefully, this update and the ten-year plan that had … Continue reading Tax Day Update
What has the spring budget offered the property market?
Rishi Sunak last week delivered a £65billion spring budget, but what has it offered the property market? Cambridge Finance has reviewed the key elements of the budget which affect the property industry and consider their implications. Stamp duty holiday extended for an additional 3 monthsa welcome measure to continue the house buying surge but is … Continue reading What has the spring budget offered the property market?
5 reasons why professional training benefits real estate professionals
In training, we love a good acronym, so we have come up with one for this article; SPACE. 1. Skills Professional training allows for the acquisition or sharpening of knowledge and skills, increased collaboration, curiosity and professional awareness. Once you feel you have the knowledge and skills sharing them in a professional situation gains you … Continue reading 5 reasons why professional training benefits real estate professionals
How has Covid shaped property design?
Coronavirus has had a marked affect on how people want to spend their work and leisure time and has shifted priorities for building design. Gardens, recently seen as a nuisance and best avoided by some, are now sought after for the offer of private open air space and open plan is falling in popularity as … Continue reading How has Covid shaped property design?
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The Evolution of the Modern Office
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
UK Government – planning for the future
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