Telford Homes plans to increase the number of rental homes it builds as demand from investors to enter the sector intensifies.
Housing association Liverpool Mutual Homes has appointed Galliford Try Partnerships to build 145 affordable homes on one of Liverpool’s main routes into the city centre.
Independent Manchester property company Cert has been granted approval for its plans to extend their redevelopment of an office building in Old Trafford.
Construction work has started on a speculative 25,000 sq ft industrial unit on the A1M50 Industrial and Distribution Park in Melmerby near Ripon.
Nearly 1,400 student rooms could be on their way in Lincoln, according to reports.
Construction Enquirer says that Aberdeen Standard Investments has lodged plans to build 1,386 rooms for the University of Lincoln as part of the £150m redevelopment of St Marks.
Birmingham City University’s City North Campus is being closed for extensive housing development.
Two cases where genuine purchasers bought properties through estate agents from fraudulent vendors have now had judgment handed down by the Court of Appeal.
Number of households not expecting to buy has grown by 50% under Tories, says Labour
An attempt to cash in on the relaxation of London’s planning rules with pre-fabricated rooftop extensions has secured multi-million pound backing.
Targeting homeowners who have no plan to pay off their interest-only mortgage is like a game of Space Invaders, a banking trade body has suggested.
Outline planning approval for a new 26 hectare residential led development in Castleford, which has the potential to deliver a mix of uses including up to 1,400 new homes, extra care provision and a new local centre.
London property experts say buyers are “sensing blood in the water”, with sellers forced to cut prices steeply
London developer Capital & Counties revealed plans to break itself up on Thursday, splitting off the troubled and politically controversial Earls Court scheme from its £2.5 billion Covent Garden estate.
UK government admits £400m to replace flammable cladding will be taken from Affordable Homes Programme
With the government aiming to clean up the UK’s air quality, wood burners and open fires are likely to come under scrutiny
UK mortgage approvals picked up last month but remained sluggish, amid warnings from major banks of a slowdown in the housing market.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will this week be forced to rewrite part of his new affordable housing strategy after it was revealed that the country’s biggest retirement housing developers had stopped building in London because the conditions were so punitive.
Taxes and regulations are knocking the life out of Britain’s buy-to-let market, with the value of mortgages taken out by landlords in March plunging by 20pc compared with the same month of 2017.
With the value of cash being released from homes passing £3bn a year for the first time, equity release has cemented its place in the mainstream of financial planning.
All the money spent on the CAP in England should be transferred to a new “public money for public goods” scheme in England – and possibly more, if farmers are to be incentivised to take part.
Opt in here