Retrospective leasehold reform could result in £31bn compensation drive

The government’s plans to retrospectively introduce a cap on ground rents could cost the taxpayer over £31bn in compensation, the Residential Freehold Association has warned. This is due to the compensation pension holders, charities and other institutions that receive ground rent income would be entitled to from their legitimate investments in freeholds. The association warned […]

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