1. Class Q revisited – now even more dwellings can be achieved

    New rules take effect on 6 April 2018 The Government has announced its long-awaited promise to review Class Q. Class Q relates to the conversion of agricultural buildings to residential use. These new rules take effect on 6 April 2018. The present maximum of 3 dwellings and 450 square metres, will be replaced by a…

  2. WBW Solicitors Announce Change in Bovey Tracey Office

    Kim Hall of WBW Solicitors has recently moved her residential property expertise from Newton Abbot to Bovey Tracey, joining a well-established team. Rod Lewis, has moved to Newton Abbot to support the ever growing residential property team. We met with Kim to discuss her move and find out a bit more about her plans for…

  3. Out with the old in with the new…

    An idyllic country or seaside cottage is the image most people have when thinking about buying in the South West. However, modern homes and contemporary new builds are luring home buyers to the tranquil surroundings that the South West continues to offer. Salcombe, East Portlemouth, Stoke Fleming, and Marazion were recently listed within the Top…

  4. Looking forwards for commercial property

    Property in the UK continues to deliver strong returns for investors. Property Wire reports that ‘the UK’s commercial property market is likely to see a record breaking year with deal volumes at the end of the third quarter already over 50 billion. If, as anticipated, volumes in the fourth quarter of 2015 follow the patterns…

  5. Time for a new home?

    When it comes to buying a new home we understand how important it is to have the right support in place. Here at WBW we are a recommended panel law firm for a number of property developers and have been selected as a preferred partner to provide you with complete assurance. We have a specialist…