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Conservative Govt unlikely to ease housing supply fears

A new Conservative Government is unlikely to ease concerns over the supply of housing, with experts pointing to continued constraints on resources and local planning departments. Property consultancy Knight Frank published a survey of over 160 housebuilders last month suggesting just 9 per cent believe more than 200,000 homes represents a sustainable level of housebuilding. […]

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Unleashing the full potential of investment bonds using SPS

Investment bonds have many virtues and some restrictions. However, it is possible to get far more from them if you take the right approach. Why choose an investment bond? The use of different tax wrappers can produce different outcomes for investors and with increasing awareness and knowledge, advisers are seeking more variety in the assets […]

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