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How To Maximize Storage Space In The Home

13 June, 20162 Comments
As your family grows – and as a result the items in your home – it might start to feel like the walls are closing in on you. Space starts to become difficult to find and as much as you are trying to use available storage to keep it organised, it just isn’t enough. But,
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Should I rent to family members?

15 April, 20160 Comments
Do you have a buy-to-let property but you’re wondering what to do with it? Has renting it out to your siblings crossed your mind but you’re still unsure? Well, as we all know it can sometimes be difficult renting to our relatives and the last thing you want is a family feud. Not only can
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David Cameron’s mum petitions against Tory cuts

David Cameron’s mum petitions against Tory cuts

10 February, 20160 Comments
David Cameron’s own mother has signed a petition on 38 Degrees which hopes to stop Conservative cuts. Mary Cameron, 81, has put her name down on a petition calling for the end to Oxfordshire County Council plans to close 44 children’s centres in the area. The Conservative-run council is hoping the closures of the centres will save
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Families uninvited guest snake

Family camps out in living room for 7 months because of uninvited guest…

14 January, 20160 Comments
A Devon based family of seven has spent nearly seven months living and sleeping in their front room because of a yellow and green Kingsnake the previous owner left behind is living under their upstairs floorboards. The Hebden family have all been sleeping together on camp every night since June last year in a bid
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Do you live near your childhood home?

05 January, 20160 Comments
According to an article on the Daily Mail; almost half of Britons live in or near their childhood home. The new report by TSB contradicts the assumption that people move away from their childhood home in order to pursue work and education opportunities. Most people asked; defined home to be the place they are currently living
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A secure family business for now and in the future

19 August, 20150 Comments
With his eldest daughter due to graduate from Brighton University with a degree in Business Management, Ian Narbeth started looking at business opportunities for her that would also be an investment for
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6 year anti-social behaviour campaign finally curbed

07 May, 20140 Comments
Yesterday nightmare neighbours from hell, in the Kings Norton area of Birmingham, were issued with Anti-social Behaviour Injunctions. Eugene Bird, 54, Sean Bird, 21, and Michael Bird, 19, from the Hawkesley Estate have had their council house re-possessed and each have received a 2 year Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction. Since 2008 the family have made the
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67% of the UK’s private rented stock are up to standard

15 April, 20140 Comments
The Chartered Institute of Housing’s UK Housing Review 2014 has revealed that 33% of the UK’s private rented homes would have failed the Government’s Decent Homes Standard in 2012. 15% of social rented homes also failed to meet the standard in 2012, down from 29% in 2006. Many property news websites have reported on this
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What can you do when hell is on your doorstep?

02 April, 20140 Comments
In the UK our neighbours can often live too close to home; outlined last night by Channel 5’s new series “The Nightmare Neighbour From Hell”, revealing the traumatic, shocking, humourous and occasionally bizarre experiences of victims of nightmare neighbours. With 1 in 5 of us having been in an argument with our close neighbours, out of
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