The Housing White Paper failed to recognise two key factors that could fix the broken housing market: buyers and the supply-side. Buildoffsite explains
Jon Murthy, UKAS Marketing Manager explains the difference between accreditation and certification, noting how professional standards create confidence
Stuart Pearce, Managing Director, GeoSmart Information explains the importance of planning developments with sustainable drainage systems in mind
ArborForest highlight the transformation of the UK garden and how it has evolved from a practical use post-war to a place of relaxation today Over time, homes have been shrinking, meaning our gardens are getting smaller. Compared to those built in 1920, the British home has halved in size, and...
Ian Streets, of About Access Limited says accessible design should not be an afterthought and warns ignoring it early in a project can prove costly
In the summer the Digital Economy Bill is set to pass. Fisher German outline what impact the legislation could have on landowners and telecoms industry
SFS intec Limited explains why fasteners and hinges are a crucial part of both the structure and the aesthetics of a building
Takeover talks with both Galliford Try and Redrow have been rejected by struggling housebuilder Bovis Homes, it has emerged
David Baybut, Head of Real Estate and Partner at law firm Stephensons outlines the key role housing associations have to play in tackling the shortage of homes
An ambitious council housing building programme expects to complete 1,000 extra homes by 2022, benefiting South Lanarkshire residents
Mark Thackerey, Principal Consultant, Walsingham Planning outlines the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of the Housing White Paper
It is not enough to simply build more houses; rather there should be a focus on creating quality homes. Kim Vernau, CEO of BLP Insurance explains
More support is needed for small housing developments to ensure demand for new property in the capital is met, says new analysis
A new joint venture will see 525 new homes developed as part of a £215m Edinburgh build to rent scheme Developer Moda Living and investment manager Apache Capital will deliver hundreds of new homes as an Edinburgh build to rent scheme is given the green light. The multimillion pound deal will...