Leasehold Flats, British Flowers, Smart Thermostats
Taylor Wimpey's £130 million fund to renegotiate expensive leaseholds won't apply to anyone but the original buyer. Plus, what Brexit could mean for British flower growers.
A £130m fund launched by housebuilder Taylor Wimpey, to compensate people who bought homes from them with onerous leaseholds, will only apply to the first owner.
It's thought that 90 per cent of flowers sold in UK florists and supermarkets are imported. Hear what leaving the EU could mean for British flower growers.
And could the most costly switch in your home - the thermostat - save you money if it was 'smarter', and able to learn your habits?
Presenter: Winifred Robinson
Producer: Joel Moors.
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