Entries by No Use Empty

No Use Empty completes flagship project in Herne Bay

 £3 million project to return former Bun Penny pub to use as 14 apartments No Use Empty, Kent County Council’s pioneering initiative to return empty homes to use, has just completed a £3 million project to deliver new homes on the site of the former Bun Penny pub in Herne Bay. The project is one […]

EMPTY HOMES WEEK

NO USE EMPTY CELEBRATES 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY DURING NATIONAL EMPTY HOMES WEEK  National Empty Homes Week Monday 30th November through to Sunday 6th December. Empty Homes Week is all about community-led organisations, local authorities and others holding events and putting out information to celebrate local achievements in bringing empty homes back into use and also to set out their […]

Wood Street, Swanley

In the semi-rural village of Swanley, situated within the Green Belt area of Sevenoaks, there were three bungalows at the end of a terrace of ten properties in Wood Street. Situated near a conservation area they remained empty for nearly ten years having fallen into a state of disrepair. As with many long term empties, […]

NUE unveils latest project in Hot Spot – Hythe

FORMER GYM IN HYTHE WORKS OUT TO PRODUCE 2 NEW HOMES The coastal Kent town made a top list of property hotspots primed to boom No Use Empty (NUE) the pioneering empty homes initiative by Kent County Council (KCC), which creates new homes by bringing long-term empty properties back into use, today, announces the completion […]

Capital Gains Tax

The owner of this property in Dover had owned it  for 10 years and originally lived in it as a family home for a number of years. The owner then moved out of the property and rented it out for a short time The tenants moved out of the property causing some damage. The owner […]

Reduced Auctioneers Fees

This property was owned by an elderly lady who had moved out of the property a number of years ago to live with another family member. The property had been the subject to repeated vandalism and was deteriorating further. The owner was not in a financial position to renovate the property and was not in […]