Commenting on the latest HMRC property transaction figures Neil Knight, Spicerhaart Part Exchange & Assisted Move business development director, said: “The latest figures from HMRC show that residential transactions in August have remained broadly stable year on year, with just a 0.4% drop on a non-seasonally adjusted basis from August 2018. This represents a significant recovery from what was an exceptionally quiet July: overall property transactions increased by nearly one-third (32%) from the previous month.

David Cooper, one of the UK’s most senior planning lawyers, has called for the Green Belt policy to be scrapped, describing it as ‘the worst thing that ever happened to the economics of this country’.

Spicerhaart Part Exchange & Assisted Move has announced that it has secured a contract with family owned firm, Morrish Builders - developers who have helped to create the pioneering Poundbury development.

The property industry is tough - listings have plummeted and residential sales are really struggling. But Spicerhaart Part Exchange and Assisted Move has enjoyed it most successful six months ever, with sales up a staggering 46%. So why not come and be a part of it?