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Colin talks to CLA members about planning early

acquista levitra su internet In the latest edition of CLA Land & Business magazine, Colin Muller, Chief Executive at Muller Property Group, talks about the growing list of demands being made by UK councils regarding land development, the difficulties this is causing and what applicants can do to improve their chances of success. In the past, landowners have traditionally […]

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Muller Property Group drives future business growth plans with trio of senior appointments

viagra prescriptions   Muller Property Group has announced a trio of new appointments to its senior management team in a bid to drive its future business growth plans. Ben Willett, Jonothan Croft and Richard Lawrence have been appointed as senior members of Muller’s Land Acquisition Team to deliver the Group’s long term plans around strategic land promotion, […]

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Muller submits planning application for care home in Sandbach

Viagra generico 50 mg in farmacia senza ricetta Muller Property Group’s latest planning application for its 20-acre Houndings Park site in Sandbach includes a care home, signalling Muller’s intention to explore new opportunities for care homes and retirement living facilities in the future. The proposed 78-bedroom care home will provide an important amenity for the local community and generate circa 70 new job […]

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Could a new land tax be imminent? In October’s article for Farmers Guardian magazine, Colin Muller, our chief executive at Muller Property Group, warns of whisperings within parliament of a potential new land tax.The last time a land tax was introduced in the 1970’s, it was very short-lived as the supply of new land for development dried up overnight – no wonder […]

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Colin Muller laments the rise of the Nimby

source link During August, Colin Muller, chief executive at Muller Property Group, shared his views on the negative impact Nimbys are having on land development in Farmers Guardian. The ‘not in my back yard’ phenomenon has grown out of the introduction of the Localism Act in 2011.  It was intended to encourage local people to participate in […]