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sustainable house impartance

Why is sustainable housing important

27th September 2022

Sustainable housing in the industry is playing a big part in becoming a greener UK. With all sectors of the economy gearing up for a green revolution there is a need to discuss the efforts within the property industry. While the UK has stringent environmental criteria for buildings the country has one of the least […]

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Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Legislation Changes

22nd September 2022

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms are changing depending on where you own a rental property. Depending on area the legislation may change, here we break down the changes of each legislation in the different nations.   What is the legislation in England?   All residential lettings properties in England must comply with the Smoke and […]

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Manage environmentally friendly projects

15th September 2022

One of the ways that Seraph aims to promote sustainability is to manage environmentally friendly projects. One of our flagship management projects is the Great House Rise Eco-village in St Fagan’s. It is a revolutionary site that brings futuristic green technologies into the present day and has been featured in Channel 4 News’ clean energy […]

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How to Be Sustainable in the Workplace

5th September 2022

Sustainability in the workplace is something that many organisations are talking about at the moment. However, at Seraph we believe the best way to promote sustainability is to be sustainable in the workplace and lead by example. That is why we are keen to focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policy. So here we […]

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Electric vehicle charging stations at leasehold properties

19th August 2022

Electric vehicle charging stations at properties, has been gradually increasing in demand. With the green revolution starting to permeate modern Britain there is a greater than ever drive to ensure the nation’s homes are sustainable going forward. Additionally, sustainable travel, and particularly cycling, is becoming more popular in UK cities with more cycle paths being […]

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What is an EWS1 form

What is an EWS1 Form?

12th July 2022

EWS1 form, also known as an external wall and fire review form, is a form intended to keep a standardised record of the condition of a high-rise building’s external walls. In the aftermath of the Grenfell tower tragedy, the government introduced EWS1 forms in order to take substantive measures to prevent such tragedies from reoccurring. […]

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Leaseholder Support Scheme Wales

5th July 2022

Leaseholders in Wales will be pleased to see further support announced by the Welsh Government for leaseholders facing rising costs in high-rise apartments due to cladding. The Welsh Government’s Leaseholder Support Scheme has been implemented for Leaseholders who live in these apartment types in Wales. The aim of this scheme is to offer advice and […]

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What is a HMO house

What is a HMO House?

28th June 2022

Put simply, houses in multiple occupations (HMOs) are types of property geared explicitly towards renting. HMOs are flexible rental properties and can be anything from student-specific housing to flat-shares for professionals. With rents increasing rapidly, many people see HMOs as a good investment. So here we will explore what a HMO is and why this […]

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