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5 Ways To Make Your Property Appear More Spacious - However much you try, it’s hard to get away from the fact that there is almost never quite enough room in your home. Read more.

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Lambeth a top borough for startup funding - Lambeth and Southwark have been named in a list of best places for tech startups

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Our look back at the 2016 property market - Williams Lynch sums up what happened in the property market in 2016 and how it affects vendors, buyers, tenants and landlords in SE1

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No change for landlords on stamp duty reform - Williams Lynch looks at what Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2016 Autumn Statement means for the property market in London SE1

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Mark Carney to remain at BOE until June 2019 - Williams Lynch - Bank of England governor Mark Carney is to extend his term until June 2019, when the Brexit negotiations are due to be completed.

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Chancellor urged to cut stamp duty - Could Chancellor Philip Hammond give home buyers in London Bridge and the surrounding area a further boost by announcing a change to stamp duty rates. Find out more

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Rental property ownership guide - Are you thinking about transferring ownership of your rental portfolio into a limited company? Here’s how to reduce your management costs

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Government pledges £5bn to boost housebuilding - Government plans to address shortage of homes will do little to increase the availability of desirable properties in London Bridge. Here’s why

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Landlords transfer property assets into a limited company - Click here to discover 7 good reasons why landlords should transfer ownership of rental property in London Bridge into a limited company

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Bermondsey tops Quality of Life Index - New Quality of Life Index names Bermondsey the best place in London to live thanks to the area’s village-like atmosphere. Click here for details
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