Ryan Bembridge

London law firm Leigh Day has signed up 58 people at the New Capital Quay development in Greenwich, where the insurer of the building, National House Building Council, is paying for the cladding at the 11-block complex to be replaced and work has started.

Members of the club can now use the system to search for suitable mortgage products for their clients from 200 lenders.

This is more than double the average for England and Wales (16%).

Rents rose by 1.9% month-on-month in Glasgow and the Clyde, while the region seeing the strongest increase on a yearly basis was the Highlands and Islands.

Johnson, who is favourite to be the next Prime Minister, could reverse the stamp duty increase on expensive homes, which were increased by former Chancellor George Osborne from 7% to 12%.

The building society offers a 3-year discount at 3.34% to 50% loan-to-value, which requires for there to be a power of attorney in place for the applicant.

The lender is currently exploring what its proposition will look like, as it looks to add something fresh to the market.

The partner count is up from just 17 at the start of last year, while it amounts to 13,500 individual brokers.


The change applies to its prime product range, while loans are available from £7,500 to a maximum of £100,000 including fees.

Former FCA mortgage policy manager Lynda Blackwell (pictured) has urged the regulator rethink its approach to later life lending after creating a divide between equity…