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How will the Stamp Duty holiday affect our property market?

The stamp duty holiday announced by the Chancellor on the 8th July could save home buyers in England up to £15,000. Previously, movers had to pay Stamp Duty on any homes costing over £125,000, but now that threshold has been raised to £500,000. This means that a buyer of the average home in England, worth […]

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Manchester’s BEST Wine, beer and spirits merchant, now with on-premise bar licence too!

Welcome to Carringtons. An established wine merchants who supply a diverse array of quality wines, beers and spirits. With over twenty five years of experience, we aim to source and supply superior bottles at reasonable prices with an emphasis on personalised customer service. Our new website is on its way, but we are still taking […]

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Scandi kitchen ideas to transform your space Scandinavian style..

Give the heart of your home the Nordic treatment with muted colour schemes and clever storage solutions. If you’ve caught the Nordic interior design bug, we’ve round up our favourite Scandi kitchen ideas to inspire you. Light is incredibly important in Nordic design, due to the long dark winter days. Scandinavians tend to create pools […]

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Raised by Wolves Barber Shop.. Book on-line today!

Barlow Moor Road, 519, M21 8AQ, Manchester. Premium Barbershop based in the heart of Chorlton, Manchester. With over 50 years of industry experience between the team, we offer exceptional haircuts, great coffee and free Wifi. RBW is the place to kick back and vibe out. https://booksy.com/en-gb/40744_raised-by-wolves-barber-shop_barber-shop_628476_manchester

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architects throughout Manchester Cheshire + North West..

Space Architecture + Planning is based in The Old Town Hall in Didsbury, Manchester and was set up in 2009 by founder and chartered architect Sonia Pabla-Thomas. In the residential market we have experience in everything from extensions, full refurbishments, new build projects, interiors to landscapes.  In the commercial market we have designed bars, restaurants, new build office buildings, […]

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Bank of England boss calls for furlough ‘rethink’..

The governor of the Bank of England has called for the government to “stop and rethink” the furlough scheme. The Job Retention Scheme is due to finish at the end of next month. But speaking on a webinar hosted by the British Chambers of Commerce, Andrew Bailey suggested specific sectors may benefit from further help. […]

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Saturday 19th September 2020, FA Vase first qualifying round..

West 2 (Heathcote 34, Elliott 90+1, Sheridan sent off 60)Bury AFC 1 (Daniels pen 90+5, Bryant sent off 52)Att: 300 West secured FA Vase progression against Bury AFC as competitive action returned to Chorltonville, but that only tells a fraction of the story on one of the great days at Brookburn Road. Some 189 days after West’s […]

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When does the stamp duty holiday end?..

he chancellor’s policy of suspending of stamp duty on the first £500,000 of all property sales in England and Northern Ireland has helped boost house prices. August saw the highest monthly price rise in more than 16 years, says the Nationwide. It describes the housing market recovery as “unexpectedly rapid”. So what has Chancellor Rishi Sunak […]

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Coronavirus: What are the rules for face masks or face coverings?..

People must wear face coverings in shops in Wales from Monday, joining the rest of the UK. But what are the rules and where should people be wearing them? What are the face covering rules on public transport? Face coverings are compulsory for anyone travelling by public transport in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (unless they have an exemption or […]

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Government pledges to increase number of affordable homes..

The government has announced new measures to help more people get onto the property ladder, as part of a £12.2bn investment in increasing affordable housing. A new shared ownership model would see the minimum initial share to buy in a property reduced from 25% to 10%. People would also be able to buy additional shares […]