The Section 106 agreement for a 3,000-home development in East London has been signed off and the development can now go ahead.
The owner of the Westfield shopping centres empire is making its debut in the London rental homes market, backing a new £670 million development next to its Stratford shopping centre.
Rental growth in Britain nearly doubled to 1.1% in February 2019, driven by a 2.4% year on year rise in Greater London rents, according to the latest lettings index.
Home owners in Britain taking out equity release on their property helped 46 first time buyers a week onto the housing ladder in 2018, new research shows.
The average residential property asking price in Britain increased by just 0.4% this month as Brexit uncertainty ate into the start of the traditionally busier spring housing market, according to the latest index report.
Analysis by Global Witness shows 87,000 properties – 40% of them in London – are anonymously owned by firms registered in tax havens
Only 5% of those who complained about conditions were protected by councils
There was a 4% rise in the number of new build homes completed in Scotland in the 12 months to September 2018, the latest official figures to be published show.
The latest industry mortgage trend figures for the UK confirm that the property market has had a perhaps unexpectedly positive start to the year.
Two major new housing communities are to be built in London alongside new railway stations, it has been announced.
Asking prices in England and Wales fell by 0.3% in the 12 months to March 2019, while in Scotland they increased by 2.1%, the latest property market index shows.
The number of new properties listed for sale in the UK increased by 11% in February compared with the previous month, according to the latest property supply index figures.
A total of 139 former council tenants bought their homes under Right to Buy and resold them within one month, the BBC found.
Funding is to be made available to boost the number of affordable homes being built in the UK and a new green paper will be published to accelerate the planning process with builders encouraged to build a more diverse range of properties.
Buyers and sellers are "sitting tight" as Brexit uncertainty continues to freeze the UK property market, surveyors have said.
Housing affordability in the UK was at its highest in 2016 but in 2018 it reached its lowest level in a decade, according to a new study.
The Property Ombudsman has issued guidance on dual fees where two estate agents have been instructed and both are claiming a fee for selling a property, an issue that is a regular source of complaints.
Research reveals that the number homes available for sale through the scheme has collapsed by 64% over past 14 months.
No starter homes have been built in the past three years and the Government will fail to reach its target of 200,000 by 2020 despite allocating £1.2 billion to the programme.
Galbraith, a leading independent property consultancy, reports that the market for country properties continues to defy expectations, unaffected by Brexit uncertainty.
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