Work on 354 high-rise blocks of flats in England only being finished at rate of six a month
Homeowners want freeholders to pay costs of removing fire-risk cladding from tower blocks
A developer plans to squeeze 26 flats into this building, some smaller than a budget hotel room
Freeholder Pemberstone says new fund is being set up to cover two Manchester blocks
Buying a flat or maisonette in England is cheaper than a year ago, according to official figures, with the cost of semi-detached homes rising fastest.
Battersea Power Station on Monday sealed a year-long £1.6 billion deal to get new owners amid worries that there will be construction delays.
The British Government is banning combustible materials on new high rise homes and giving support to local authorities to carry out emergency remediation work, it has been announced.
The British Government has established a comprehensive Building Safety Programme to ensure that residents of high rise blocks of flats are safe and feel safe, now and in the future.
Neo Bankside residents seek measures to prevent art gallery visitors looking into their homes
Claim for £16m lodged after fire officers banned people from living in five-storey block
This small block next to the A12 packs in 60 studios. Yet converting offices into tiny living spaces doesn’t even need planning permission
Campaigners claim safety concerns of Salford residents are not being handled properly
Millions of flat owners have seen no growth at all in the value of their homes over the past year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
The bosses of some of London’s largest rental flats builders on Monday shrugged off concerns that new longer tenancies could be bad for business.
Independent Manchester property company Cert has been granted approval for its plans to extend their redevelopment of an office building in Old Trafford.
The insulation that burned out of control on Grenfell Tower had never passed the required safety test and should never have been on the building, a BBC investigation has discovered.
Apartments housed in developments dubbed ‘posh ghost towers’ struggle to sell
Two new skyscrapers are to be added to Manchester’s ever-changing sky-line.
A planning application has been lodged with the council for a 51-storey and a 21-storey block of flats.
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.
Home in New Capital Quay, Greenwich, worth £50,000 rather than £475,000, owner told
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