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Hamilton Partners welcomed guests to Ascot Racecourse for the Property Race Day 2014, with the event raising a record amount for its chosen charities.

Budget retailers snap up former BHS stores

24/Feb/2017

Discount retailers are set to scoop up a raft of former BHS department stores across the country.

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Call Off Duty: petition for reforms to stamp duty tax

23/Feb/2017

The readers of Property Week have officially called on chancellor Philip Hammond to announce reforms to the punitive stamp duty regime in his Budget speech on 8 March.

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HCA deploys first parcel of £2bn building fund

24/Feb/2017

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has committed the first parcel of money from the government’s £2bn accelerated construction fund, backing housebuilder Hill’s plans to deliver 180 homes at a site in Chichester, West Sussex.

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PRS firms make first foray into senior living

24/Feb/2017

Private rented sector (PRS) developers Aitch Group and HUB are both making a push into retirement living as they look to capitalise on undersupply in the sector.

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DB Symmetry embarks on spec shed building spree

24/Feb/2017

Shed developer DB Symmetry is set to embark on a speculative development push this year having grown the business rapidly since its formation two years ago.

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HMRC rejects tax avoidance criticism

25/Feb/2017

A senior Tory MP queries how officials conduct investigations into film industry tax breaks.

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VW cracks down on executive pay after diesel scandal

24/Feb/2017

German car maker returns to profit and posts record sales in 2016 despite emissions testing furore.

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Royal Bank of Scotland losses more than treble to £7bn

24/Feb/2017

The bank, which is 72%-owned by taxpayers, reports its ninth consecutive year of losses.

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Price of stamps to rise next month

24/Feb/2017

Royal Mail says the rises are necessary to maintain the universal service.

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Pensioners sold wrong annuities to get thousands in redress

24/Feb/2017

Prudential and Standard Life are to pay compensation to thousands of pensioners sold the wrong annuities.

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