The Labour party has accused the government of dropping their pledge to build a million new homes during this parliament and failing to be transparent
MTX Contracts outlines the pros and cons of modular construction verses traditional building methods and how this can help the industry meet housing targets Adding more space to premises, be it a domestic property or another premises such as a clinic, school or college, comes at a price. It is expensive...
A £10,000 fine has been levied at Shanly Homes after the housing developer wilfully damaged two protected trees on a site in Surrey
The number of homes planned on green belt in England has increased to more than 360,000, leaving campaigners concerned
London councils are sitting on more than 22,000 empty garages that could be converted into thousands of flats for the capital
A new study has revealed the construction industry is more positive about the economy than other sectors but remains concerned about recruitment
A £22m government grant will aid in the delivery of hundreds of affordable homes across the Black Country for the next four years
The government has been urged to remember the acute shortage of rural houses in the Housing White Paper, due to be published this month
A new consultation into the Scottish planning system has been launched by ministers hoping to revamp and modernise the current process
Construction contractor Laing O’Rouke reveals it spent £23m restructuring the firm to ensure greater productivity and reduce costs Laing O'Rourke reported last month that the group made an overall loss of £246m in the last financial year, and Laing O’Rourke plc, which covers Europe and Canada but not Australia, also suffered...
Under new plans from the city council more than 2,000 affordable homes a year could be built in Manchester for low income families
Housing charity Shelter is calling on the government to reduce land prices to help with the construction of more affordable homes
An analysis has revealed a number of issues expected to face the construction industry during 2017, including staff shortages, technological uprising and Brexit
Trevor Ivory, Partner and UK Head of Development & Infrastructure Planning, DLA Piper talks about Compulsory Purchase Orders