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The Northern Ireland government department responsible for housing has had its funding cut by nearly 10% in today’s budget.
The Northern Ireland housing market ended 2014 as it began it, with prices and sales rising and surveyors expecting the trend to continue
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Please note that the office will close on Tuesday 23rd December 2014 and will reopen on Monday 5th January 2015.
From October 2015, it will be illegal in England to smoke in a car with children under 18 if MPs vote to approve the plans.
Stamp duty reforms have been announced today by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement. The tax will be applied like income tax.
A leading author has said that Northern Ireland risks becoming a prime venue for efforts to “gag” writers worldwide.
Northern Ireland’s house sales volume have increased by 21% over the same quarter last year.
Prices have increased by nearly 11% in Northern Ireland over the last year – but remain well below their peak in 2007.
The Department of Finance and Personnel’s Land & Property Services (LPS) has re-evaluated all 73,000 non-domestic properties in Northern Ireland in a bid to re-distributed rates in a fairer way.