For property investors looking to consolidate or expand their existing portfolio, the future outlook for UK real estate certainly looks a lot brighter than it did twelve months.
The original 29 March Brexit deadline may have been pushed back until 31 October 2019, but questions still remain about what the UK’s withdrawal from the EU will mean for the future of the economy.
As expected, the opening weeks of 2019 have been dominated by Brexit. The latest development – albeit a predictable one – saw Theresa May’s proposed withdrawal agreement roundly rejected by MPs, leaving the UK with no clear or determined path for leaving the EU.
The arrest of Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Renault, in Tokyo on Monday 19 November has somewhat diverted attention away from ongoing diplomatic efforts to strengthen business ties between France and Japan.
The 2018 Autumn Budget, taking place this Monday (29 October), marks the Government’s last major fiscal statement before the UK’s departure from the European Union in March 2019. With the Brexit deadline looming, this budget has evoked much speculation about the reforms that could be announced to concerning the property market.
We have all suffered the discomfort of a headache at some point in our lives, but anyone who’s ever experienced migraines knows all too well the misery and suffering this condition can cause.
Drones have become a more important part of society and their benefits extend to the speeding up of deliveries, such as blood transfusions; increased safety (e.g. by replacing people inspecting nuclear power stations); deliveries; filming;
The debt held by UK corporates has hit a startling high, soaring to £390.7bn . This easily surpasses the level seen before the financial crisis, and represents a jump of 69% since the low point seen in 2010/11.
The United Kingdom (UK) has become globally renowned for its ability to cultivate innovation across established and emerging sectors. Leveraging its position as an international capital for commerce and finance
The frequency of cyber-attacks has increased for the third consecutive year, reaching a record high of 62 per cent – an increase of five per cent – according to a recent Bank of England survey.