Archives: April 2016

WYSIWYG – Commercial Property

Those who are used to using computers will have come across the acronym WYSIWYG (/WIZ-ee-wig) or ‘what you see is what you get.’ The image you have on the screen will, in theory, be what comes out of your printer; what you see is what you get. I’ve been recently reminded that, with the change […] Read more

Business Rates Change for the better?

The Chancellor may have introduced a number of headline grabbing changes in March’s budget to advance the credentials of being small business friendly. However, other fundamental changes  to the Business Rate appeal system have been published by Government and included in the Enterprise Bill. Whilst ratepayers are generally aware of the forthcoming national revaluation effective […] Read more