Momentum to see unique property reference numbers ‘baked’ into the housing market is expected to grow as representatives from residential property bodies highlighted the need to increase public and sector awareness.
Countryside Properties this week joined Taylor Wimpey and Aviva in announcing it will end the doubling of ground rents on new build developments.
Members of the public have received unsolicited telephone calls claiming to be from ‘Kinetic Law Ltd’.
The housing industry is being urged to prepare for some potential changes after Michael Gove was yesterday promoted to housing secretary.
One of the biggest campaign groups calling for leasehold reform has welcomed the action taken by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) with regards to onerous ground rents.
Industry-wide adoption of Unique Property Reference Numbers could be one step closer after an announcement by a major trade body.