There has been much debate in recent years around classing high-speed broadband as a utility, given its importance to the modern world and the smooth functioning of the UK's increasingly tech-led, digitised economy.
With 2020 nearly upon us, and the recent emphatic win by the Conservatives expected to provide some stability and certainty after years of the opposite.
Thanks to a fast-moving world, how we now communicate in all parts of life is very different to how we communicated even a decade ago.
It was recently revealed that reservation agreements – locking buyers and sellers into a deal to prevent fall-throughs and chains from collapsing – are to be trialled by some agencies and conveyancers in early 2020.
It's a popular practice for the media to slam agents for the high commission fees they charge, but new research has revealed that the typical estate agency fee paid by a seller has actually fallen by 1% in the past year
In one of the most ground-breaking industry announcements for many a year, the Regulation of Property Agents (RoPA) working group finally released its 54-page document proposing root and branch reform of the agency industry in mid-July.
The recommendations of an independent review into selective licensing in the private rented sector were recently announced
The field of contenders to replace Theresa May as the next Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister is being whittled down