With the Covid-19 restrictions lifting a little on March 29th, allowing up to six people to meet (or two households) to meet outside including in private gardens,...
I read with interest a recent article in The Yorkshire Post about the five advantages Yorkshire small businesses have over big business – it is something we feel our...
Scientists have warned that the third lockdown may not be enough to supress the new Coronavirus variant.
It is hard to believe that when I was predicting the property market for 2020 a year ago, we had just left the turbulent year of 2019 which latterly had been taken over with Brexit and the General Election.
I was looking forward to 2020 and expecting a buoyant property market, and it certainly started that way until Covid-19 forced us to close our doors and adopt new ways of working whilst people in the main turned their homes into their office too.
So what do I predict will happen to the property market during 2021 – when life will hopefully re-gain some sense of normality once the Covid-19 vaccine is rolled out at pace.
As Leeds is hit by a covering of snow today, it is important to think about feeding the birds in your garden. In winter food can be scarce, but add snow into the mix and it becomes even more difficult for wildlife and birds to find food. Hopefully the tips below will be useful.
Another Covid-19 lockdown is now in place with stricter measures being introduced. The Government has though announced that people looking to buy and sell houses can continue to do so during the new lockdown in England along with associated activities. This means that companies such as removal firms and Estate Agents are still being allowed to operate as long as adhering to Covid-19 Government Guidelines.
At David Phillip Estate Agents we have protocol in place when undertaking viewings and valuations in order to minimise public health risks and ensure the safety of our clients
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