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The aim to devise a clear and agreed plan for seafront redevelopment in Seaton went several steps forward this month with a series of drop-in consultations. There’s still time to comment though …
The UK is set for a housing market revival says the Ernst & Young ITEM Club’s Spring Forecast
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In the Budget the Chancellor announced plans to extend shared-equity schemes to help people get on the housing ladder. However, the announcement has been welcomed with caution.
The aim of the scheme is to help homebuyers with small deposits buy a home of up to £600,000 by guaranteeing the loan. The scheme is due to start in January 2014 and will allow deposits as small as 5%.
The concern is that the scheme will be used to buy second homes and may cause an unsustainable housing boom. More clarification on the detail of the scheme is needed and this should be announced later in the year – we will keep you posted.
For a helpful explanation of the scheme see this document from the treasury.
The team at Frank Property would like to welcome back Laura Gould following her travels to New Zealand. We’re delighted to have such a young, local, confident and enthusiastic world traveller back on board, who’s passion for property is in abundance. Our customers will enjoy seeing and catching up with Laura – and those who are new to Frank Property, feel free to pop in to see what we’re all about!
Lyme residents who have never been able to afford their own home could soon be given a lifeline.
A new group has been set up to tackle the shortage of affordable housing in Lyme Regis, especially for young people.
A public meeting is being held on Monday, March 11 at 7.30pm in the Woodmead Halls for the community to find out more about the concept of a Community Land Trust (CLT).
The team is keen to hear from people at the public meeting who would like to become tenants or owners of the proposed housing.
All are welcome to attend and admission is free.
For more information see the full article source: Bridport News