Property News


Renters may get access to rogue landlord database
Renters may get access to rogue landlord database

A database of rogue landlords would be opened up to prospective tenants under government plans. The Rogue Landlords Database was launched in 2018 and only has ten names on it so far. It includes those who have been banned for failing to make a property habitable, or have been convicted of serious offences. At the […]

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High Wycombe: Up & Coming Property Hotspot
High Wycombe: Up & Coming Property Hotspot

As London house prices remain some of the highest in the world, living close to work is unrealistic for many of the 500,000 professionals located in the centre.

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Elfin Square welcomes Kevin Stewart MSP
Elfin Square welcomes Kevin Stewart MSP

MCR Property Group played host to the Scottish Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning, Kevin Stewart MSP, on Monday 15 April at its mixed-use Edinburgh development, Elfin Square.

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Company News


Regency Residential sets out 2019 expansion plans
Regency Residential sets out 2019 expansion plans

Regency Residential, the sales arm of MCR Property Group, has unveiled its ambitious growth strategy for 2019 following a successful second year in business.

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Regency plans luxury homes on Alderley Edge nightclub site
Regency plans luxury homes on Alderley Edge nightclub site

Regency Residential is aiming to complete a 12-home development in Alderley Edge by autumn this year as the scheme’s detached houses hit the market for at least £1m each.

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Regency Residential launches luxury penthouse apartments in Norwich
Regency Residential launches luxury penthouse apartments in Norwich

Property consultancy firm, Regency Residential, part of the MCR Property Group has extended its city-centre Norwich development, Grosvenor House, with 14 luxury penthouse apartments.

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Leasehold ban proposed for new-build houses
Leasehold ban proposed for new-build houses

The government is seeking to end ‘long-term financial abuse’ by some developers who are selling new-build homes on a leasehold basis. Leaseholders typically pay ground rent to the freeholder, but can be caught out by clauses allowing for dramatic increases in these fees. Ground rent typically rises in line with inflation, but in some cases, […]

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