Property Investor TodayAre illegal gas fitters putting your property investments at risk?Property Investor TodayA number of property investors across the UK are potentially putting their property investments at risk of major gas incidents, such as a carbon monoxide poisoning, gas leaks, fires and explosions by employing illegal gas engineers who are not properly ...and more »
BBC NewsKent property tycoon investigated over 'disgusting remarks'BBC NewsA property mogul is being investigated by the equalities watchdog over remarks about people renting properties. In an email from Fergus Wilson to his letting agency, leaked to The Sun, he banned "coloured" people from renting his homes "because of the ...Kent landlord bans 'coloured' people from renting properties 'because of the curry smell'The IndependentUK's biggest buy-to-let landlord bans curry-eating 'colored' people from renting his propertiesRTUK's biggest buy-to-let landlord 'bans "coloured" tenants | Daily Mail ...Daily MailMirror.co.uk -The Sun -Belfast Telegraphall 19 news articles »
Germany overtakes UK as Europe's most active commercial property marketProperty CommunityAt this moment in time investors seem to be discounting the U.K.'s active involvement in the European Union in the future with Germany overtaking the UK as Europe's most active commercial property market. Despite the triggering of Article 50 expected ...
The IndependentKent landlord bans 'coloured' people from renting properties 'because of the curry smell'The IndependentOne of the UK's biggest buy-to-let landlords has instructed agents acting on his behalf, not to let his properties to “coloured people”, because the smell of curry “sticks to the carpet”. Fergus Wilson's Kent property empire is thought to number around ...Kent property tycoon investigated over 'disgusting remarks'BBC NewsUK's biggest buy-to-let landlord bans curry-eating 'colored' people from renting his propertiesRTMillionaire landlord bans 'coloureds' from renting his properties ...Mirror.co.ukThe Sun -Kent News -Belfast Telegraphall 19 news articles »
SeeNewsUK's First Property to sell warehouse to Romania's Aquila Part Prod for 3.2 mln euroSeeNewsBUCHAREST (Romania), March 28 (SeeNews) - UK property fund manager First Property Group said on Tuesday it has agreed to sell a warehouse in Ploiesti, in southern Romania, to Romanian logistics company Aquila Part Prod for 3.2 million euro ($3.5 ...First Property Group books €1mln pre-tax profit on sale of Romanian warehouseProactive Investors UKFirst Property Expects EUR1 Million Pretax Profit From Warehouse SaleLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 6 news articles »