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"……was a pleasure to deal with and was extremely helpful and friendly"

– Mrs A F – Bexley

“…….was excellent at her job. Very professional and kept us informed during the whole process”

– Mr C D – Bromley

“Very satisfied – keep up the service”

– Mr & Mrs J J – New Eltham

“All elements of our property purchase were problem free”

– Mr A S – Eltham

“Totally satisfied – I was happy with all aspects of how the matter was dealt with”

– Mr & Mrs T B – Bexleyheath
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  • Cybercrime

    Cybercrime is a fast-growing area of crime. More and more fraudsters are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, either physical or virtual. You must be vigilant and keep information as secure as possible. There are several well-known types of threat:- […]

  • Planning for your century

    The number of centenarians living in the UK has risen by 73% over the last decade to 13,350 in 2012 (Estimates of the very old, 2002-2012. UK Office for National Statistics, March 2014). With most of us living longer, it is essential to plan for our later years; there are a number of ways you […]

  • Extending the Right to Buy

    “We will extend the Right to Buy to tenants in Housing Associations… It is unfair that they should miss out on a right enjoyed by tenants in local authority homes.” The Conservative party promise to extend the scheme to those renting from Housing Associations. Currently the Right to Buy Scheme only applies to those residing […]

  • Help to Buy: ISA

    To help as many people as possible realise their aspirations of home ownership, the Help to Buy: ISA was announced at the Government Summer Budget 2015. This supports people saving up for their first home by providing them with a maximum government bonus of £3,000 on £12,000 of savings. First time buyers will be able […]

  • Right to Manage

    Right to Manage is the right given to a group of leaseholders of flats held under long leases to take over management of their building. In Triplerose Ltd and others v Ninety Broomfield Road RTM Co Ltd and others (2015) the Court of Appeal overturned a finding of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) and decided […]

  • Cook Taylor Woodhouse breaks into the top 10 largest conveyancing providers for February 2015

    Data released by the Land Registry has revealed that Cook Taylor Woodhouse Solicitors were the 9th largest conveyancer on volume of transactions for value in the month of February 2015*. This good news comes after another record number of new client instructions for CTW for the month of March. This leads us to believe that […]

  • Stamp duty changes cause stampede in property enquiries and sales

    The number of registered buyers have grown in December according to the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) Housing Market Report. Stamp Duty reforms seem to be a key factor behind the surge in the number of property enquiries which is at a 10-year high. Property sales, especially within the £250,001 and £925,000, have seen […]

  • HMRC cuts stamp duty for the majority of homebuyers making it fairer

    Source: HM Treasury The new rules started on 4 December 2014. This change applies to you if you are buying a home in the UK for over £125,000. Stamp Duty will be cut for 98% of people who pay it. If you’re buying a home for less than £937,500, you will pay less stamp duty, or […]