Ruling widely condemned by charities and lawyers acting on behalf of ten disabled adults in social housing
Whitehall officials told air coolers could have 'potential impact on electrical supplies' and present a 'risk to electric shock'
A change in government regulations may tempt more people away from using estate agents
Code of conduct plan to help landlords fight harsh terms imposed by property giants
Nine out of 10 home-buyers believe estate agents should be forced to meet an industry-wide set of regulations to make sure they are up to scratch, research has found.
Though this 24-year-old comedian fails to convince that he has brought a complete hour with him to Edinburgh, he does enough with this debut show to flaunt his potential star quality.
A report out this week will agree with millions of leaseholders and consumer campaigners: it's time for a system fit for purpose
Duncan Roy has just spent three months in a tough Los Angeles jail. But the really tough thing, he tells Guy Adams, was having no idea why he was there
Flat-owners have had enough of excessive service charges and are setting up their own management companies. Chiara Cavaglieri explains how
Leaseholders are banding together to tackle inflated bills set by managing agents. Alison Shepherd reports
Debt advice from the Kevin Boon of the Consumer Credit Counselling Service
Whether you are getting ready to start university in the autumn, planning to move on from halls or preparing for your final year, searching for a place to live is an exciting but potentially stressful time