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Property in the Press: 14/02/2014

News   •   Feb 14, 2014 12:09 GMT

The headlines that have caught our eye this morning:

1. Property Wire:

Rolling rentals...

 Last month, average advertised rents in the UK increased.

According to the data from Move with Us, the average advertised rent in the overall rental market is £987 per month. It is predicted to exceed  the £1,000 mark this year,

Average advertised rents in Greater London rose  to £2,221 per month in January. Asking rents in the city are still the most expensive in the UK and are almost twice as expensive as those in the  South East.

 2. The Times:

Sislington ?

A Hamptons International  league table,  based on 2011 Census  data, shows that many older singles choose to reside in city centres. In Islington, 42 per cent of 40 to 55 year-olds are classified as single, making it the  "singleton capital of the UK", according to The Times.

3. The Telegraph Property:

Property owners or tenants could be faced with “species control orders”  which relate to non-native species such as  zebra mussels & Japanese knotweed .

 

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