We can also advise on the acquisition and disposal of land for development, whether this be for residential or commercial purposes, including entering into Option Agreements, Conditional Contracts, Overage Agreements, Promotion Agreements, Joint Ventures where both profit and risk are shared, and Development Agreements relating to development, together with the disposal of the site following the grant of planning permission.
Our team is able to assist both land owners wishing to dispose of land for development purposes and those wishing to acquire land subject to planning permission or other conditions to do so to the best advantage.
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Whilst Brexit uncertainty rages on, property prices are continuing their time in the spotlight. As prices and demand continue to stagnate, what is next for the UK property market?
Whilst the housing market continues to struggle in the UK, it looks as though the number of buyers of property abroad is still in good shape.
Here at Downs, we quite often keep an eye on house prices and their effect on the local economy. Whilst there has been a cloud over the growth of house prices, could there be better things on the horizon for 2019?
As the Brexit debate rages on in Parliament, it seems there are still some problems to be resolved a bit closer to home. Property prices have been named as one of the biggest concerns surrounding Brexit, and, as a number of property experts come forward expressing concern, what can homeowners come to expect?