an addition to real property, especially one that increases its value Council tax payers may fund up to £4m of improvements to a pier in Essex which was partly destroyed by fire in 2005.
- Any building is considered to be an improvement to real estate, even if it is a run-down shack that, in fact, lessens rather than improves the value of the property.
- The building needs several million dollars in improvements.
- No improvements to the property have been made.
- Tenants are entitled to make improvements to the property.
- Improvements may be either permanent or temporary.