Sewage discharge legislation is changing, with the deadline for changes to be made – 1 January 2020 – fast approaching. The General Binding Rules (GBR) for small sewage discharges (SSDs) have been put in place to protect England’s river and streams from pollution caused by septic tanks and other small-scale sewage treatment plants. If you have have a septic tank or private water treatments then read on to see how this legislation may affect you...
I offer a completely FREE market appraisal service, where I will gladly visit your home and make recommendations as to what jobs really need doing in order to ensure you sell at the best price.
So my first tip for selling . . . . invite me round!
If want more selling tips read on . . . .
Hebden Bridge and Todmorden are great little towns and we are truly fortunate to be living here. No wonder so many people are looking at relocating from the cities! It is easy to take for granted what we have and sometimes you need to be reminded.
My thoughts are that May is the best month in the valley. The weather varies; sometimes spring like, often quite summery, sometimes cold and wet but no matter what the weather, the Calder Valley looks its best this time of year. The trees are usually all in leaf by now, the blossom at the start of the month is beautiful and the hills are full of lush green vegetation. If you don’t fall in love with the Calder Valley in May, you probably never will.
Quite rightly there has been a lot of discussion recently about the fact that people on benefits are struggling to find homes to rent from within the private sector. The main reason for this of course is that there is a dearth of social housing available in the country and the private rented sector is fast becoming the ONLY sector. This blog has been prompted by the fresh publicity today as Zoopla (an on-line property portal) have issued a ban on advertising No DSS. I completely agree that such discriminatory practices should be discouraged but will banning the words really make a difference?