Arnolds Keys Blog

Insights and updates on the property market. Featuring opinion pieces and brand news across residential, commercial and agricultural sectors.

 

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COUNTRYSIDE STEWARDSHIP AND BEYOND

26 September 2020

This September marks the end of a busy window for countryside stewardship applications. At the beginning of the year farmers were urged to consider applying, in order to benefit from... Read more >

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GREEN - NO LONGER DEFRA’S FAVOURITE COLOUR?

25 August 2020

In July DEFRA announced that EU rules on greening measures will be scrapped from 2021, marking a significant change to the rules which have been in place since 2015. Read more >

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Safety precautions are still paramount

23 August 2020

Whilst the strictest version of lockdown has been relaxed, the danger of a second wave of Covid-19 infections hasn’t gone away. Read more >

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EVICTIONS FLOOD UNLIKELY DESPITE END OF MORATORIUM

17 August 2020

The imminent ending of the moratorium on evictions is unlikely to lead to a flood of cases. Read more >

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Use Class Changes September 2020

6 August 2020

To say that from 1 September 2020 there will be increased flexibility to changes in use is an understatement; the newly revealed shake up of the use classes to remove... Read more >

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EXTENDING PDR IS NOT THE ANSWER – WE NEED A JOINED-UP APPROACH TO PLANNING

29 July 2020

It seems certain that our towns and cities are soon going to have (if they don’t already) a surfeit of commercial buildings, and in particular retail premises. Read more >

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New promotions 2020

28 July 2020

We are delighted to announce these two senior internal promotions; a new partner and a new associate, further evidence of our commitment to developing talent and future leaders within the firm.

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Norfolk's appeal spreads far and wide

28 July 2020

One of the things which Norfolk Day celebrates is the way that our county has always welcomed people from elsewhere who have decided to make the county their home.  Even those who consider themselves Norfolk born and bred may well find that their ancestors fell into this category.  The vibrancy and prosperity of our county depends on that tradition continuing, so we should welcome new friends and neighbours who choose Norfolk as their new home.

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