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New plans to revamp Leicester’s Stocking Farm estate have moved on a step with the submission of a planning application to the city council – which will likely to help to boost the surrounding area as whole, providing investment opportunities for buy-to-let landlords.

If approved, the plans will see around 50 new energy-efficient council homes built on the 3.34-acre site in the north-west of Leicester. 

Even though the record-busting temperatures from mid-July are over, and the further recent heatwave has finished, there's still plenty of good weather to come this summer, meaning more time of open windows, French doors or conservatories and entrances to the garden.

Residents, businesses and landlords with properties in Leicester’s Clarendon Park area are being asked for their views on a potential revamp of the popular Queens Road shopping street.

Leicester City Council is considering a range of possible improvements as part of a citywide programme of investment to help local businesses recover from the effects of the pandemic and the disruption it caused.

So, you’re a private landlord with a property, perhaps managed by a lettings agency, and you’re ready to add to the fold and begin to expand your portfolio. You might even be well-versed in being a multiple-property landlord, but you’re not sure on the next step to diversify your stock.

Leicester is a thriving, melting pot of student life thanks to its two big universities – De Montfort University and University of Leicester.

As you’d expect, quality student accommodation is a hot commodity, especially for those students preparing for their first experiences of private accommodation, saying goodbye to the convenience student halls.

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