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A relaxation of the change of use laws means turning empty offices into housing is now a lot easier. Redundant stock can be turned into viable developments and, in turn, deliver thousands of
the new homes promised by the government.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is intended to be fair, fast and transparent. Yet, so far, it seems to be incoherent and confusing.
With a gradual improvement in conditions in some parts of the industrial market, and structural issues adversely affecting growth prospects elsewhere, there is a move from investors to increase their exposure.
Keeping buildings fit-for-purpose requires financing. However, the traditional sinking fund model is discredited. Can planned preventative maintenance breathe new life?