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Labour Party Pledges Rent Increase Cap

Labour Party Pledges Rent Increase Cap

Ed Milliband will today announce a range of proposed measures, aimed at making rental accommodation more affordable and secure. The Labour leader is expected to announce three key pledges... Read more...

March Property Market Digest

March Property Market Digest

It's been another news-filled month in the property market - prices continue to rise, the gap between North and South increases, London super-prime market may be cooling, and more. Read more...

Announcing the Release of the StreetCheck API

Announcing the Release of the StreetCheck API

We're pleased to announce the initial release of our API offering for businesses looking to integrate StreetCheck's data into their business applications and websites. We are really excited to see what other businesses can do with the data... Read more...

Latest House Price Update

Latest House Price Update

StreetCheck have today added the latest house sales covering the period of December 2013. It's been a good month for those with property - the Land Registry reports a monthly price increase for December 2013 of 1.1%, 4.4% annually. Read more...

A Great Start To The Year

A Great Start To The Year

It's been an exciting couple of weeks for everyone at StreetCheck, with lots of buzz as more and more people discover the website. The response has been overwhelming and we wanted to share just a few of the things that have made us happy. Read more...

Benefits Street Check

Benefits Street Check

There's little chance you will have missed controversy surrounding Channel 4's, Benefits Street. Airing on a Monday night the show follows the lives of a number of people on James Turner Street, a deprived area of Birmingham... Read more...




Streetcheck Is Live!

Streetcheck Is Live!

Today marks the official launch of StreetCheck. We are very proud of what has been achieved so far, and will be working tirelessly to improve the site over the coming weeks. Read more...