With effect from the 25th of May 2019, a change to planning regulations means that many homeowners may now extend their properties without the hassle of time-consuming planning applications.
Mobile homes come in all shapes and sizes and may be used for different purposes. They might all be called mobile homes, but the vast majority are moved very rarely – if at all – and remain more...
If you live in a block of flats you might think that you have put any worries about home insurance well and truly behind you after reading in your lease agreement that the landlord is responsible for
Do you have spare rooms in your home that could be let to one or more lodgers? If so, any income you earn up to a maximum of £7,500* a year is completely tax-free.
How did you spend the quiet winter months this year – curled up by a fire reading? During your browsing online or in a magazine, perhaps you came across and were inspired by some of the home renovatio
You know that satisfied feeling when you’ve given your home a thorough spring clean and its all spick and span for another year?
By all accounts, it’s something that you might turn into a very lucrative number – renting out a room, or your whole home, through a listing on Airbnb.
The government has launched a new online probate service which promises to save time and make more convenient the whole legal process of gaining legal authority to deal with a deceased person’s estate
In the space of just five months between May and October 2018, energy prices rocketed by some 21%, according to a report in the Independent newspaper on the 17th of October.
Have you ever heard of your home insurance premiums “price walking”? If not, you are probably not alone, since it typically happens in an especially stealthy, almost unnoticed way.
The simple answer is “no” - you may not use standard home building and contents insurance for your mobile holiday caravan. And here’s why.
It might be called a mobile holiday home, but mobility is probably one of the last things on your mind.