Bovis Homes attempted to hit back on Thursday as a fresh catalogue of claims emerged over the quality of its houses.
Lothbury Investment Management, on behalf of Lothbury Property Trust, is to fund a development of a new Malmaison boutique hotel in York which will have a value of £44m once complete.
Plans to transform a 8.69-acre derelict site in the South Bank area of Leeds into a development including the tallest building in the city, offices, retail, hotel, parking, homes and new public spaces have been unanimously approved.
Specialist lawyers from Cumbria’s leading corporate team have advised on the sale of a major hotel and conference centre in North Wales.
More details have emerged of a major £300m scheme in Cumbria which will include a four star hotel, offices and multi-storey parking.
An £10m industrial development promising to bring more than 200 jobs to Stoke is nearing completion.
A third of millennials could face living in private rented accommodation for the rest of their lives according to a report by the Resolution Foundation.
MPs want a review of laws surrounding private rental standards, including councils having the right to confiscate buy to let properties from the worst offending landlords.
Party plans to replace it with a measure linked to income, according to a new green paper
Lothbury Investment Management, on behalf of Lothbury Property Trust, has secured two modern distribution units in Leeds in a deal worth £9.15m.
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson Midlands has signed a deal to deliver 125 homes at the Blythe Valley Park development in Solihull.
A business park near Manchester Airport has been sold in a deal worth £20.5m.
A new scheme in Wigan which includes 45 new homes has been launched.
A former office building on Newdigate Street in Nottingham that was once a factory that made camouflage netting during WW II is set to be turned into student accommodation.
House price growth has fallen, dragged down by the first annual fall in London house prices since 2009, official statistics have revealed.
Overseas buyers are still flocking into London property despite Brexit and recent “doom and gloom” over the market, the boss of Telford Homes said on Wednesday.
A property firm redeveloping a Shoreditch site where Shakespeare’s Henry V was first performed, on Wednesday revealed it has secured a £390 million loan for the luxury flats project.
The Crown Inn, a 16th century coaching in at Roecliffe in North Yorkshire, has sold off an asking price of £1.25m.
One woman says she is stuck in the sub-standard Margate flat she rents with her two young children.
Perks for owners of unused houses, many in areas run by councils facing crisis
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