Recently I was having a chat with one of my second cousins at a big family get-together. The last time I had seen them their children were in their early teens. Now their children are all grown up, have partners, dogs and children. Wow – how time flies! So, I got talking over a glass […]
As the dust starts to settle on the various unread General Election party manifestos, with their ‘bran-bucket’ made up numbers, life goes back to normal as political rhetoric on social media is replaced with pictures of cats and people’s lunch. Joking aside though, all the political parties promised so much on the housing front in […]
Let me speak frankly, even with Brexit and the fact immigration numbers will now be reduced in the coming years, there is an unending and severe shortage of new housing being built in the Bexhill area (and the UK as a whole). Even if there are short term confidence trembles fueled by newspapers hungry for […]
58.8% of voters in Rother District voted to leave the EU– What now for the 19,199 Bexhill-On-Sea landlords and homeowners?
It is 5.50am, and as I start to type this article, David Dimbleby has just announced that the UK will be leaving the EU as the final votes are counted and verified. As most of the polls suggested a Remain winning outcome, it came as a surprise to most people, including the analysts in the […]
If you read all the newspapers, the Brexit debate seems to be focused solely on central London. Many commentators have said Brexit would mean central London would have a lower standing in the world, meaning less people would be employed in Central London, with the implication of lower wages, fewer jobs etc. in Central London, […]