With the housing crisis at a critical point and the uncertainty of Brexit hanging over the nation, some believe that utilising our green belt land could be the best solution to the current lack of affordable housing, Adam James discusses more.
Development partners are being sought for second major affordable housing site at Enfield Council’s Meridian Water scheme.
Prolonged Brexit uncertainty will likely cause further damage to the UK housing market, according to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced a “determination to fix the broken housing market” in the latest Spring Statement, as a new £3bn Affordable Homes Guarantee scheme is revealed.
Watford laundry factory will be transformed into a new £85m mixed use development providing 227 apartments and penthouses complete with a new commercial facility, piazzas, parking and landscaped grounds.
The British economy has long been characterised by a north/south divide for a number of reasons and when it comes to the housing crisis, this remains.
The number of empty homes across England has risen for the second year running, representing £53.6bn worth of vacant stock.
Peabody housing association has acquired the former Holloway Women’s Prison site in London to build more than 600 social rented and affordable homes.
Beauchamp Park will see 450 quality homes, including at least 40% affordable housing, brought to the 20.9-hectare site south of Gallows Hill and west of Europa Way.
40 Council-built homes are complete for the first time in more than 7 years completed in North Manchester The 40 new affordable Council homes in North Manchester have now been handed over to tenants, and a further 20 new shared ownership homes bought by the Council to help residents on...
Paul Hackett has been appointed Honorary Professor at the UCL, RICS have also appointed Paul to their Housing Supply Group.
After completing 10 new homes, Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT) is on track to build a further 2,000 new homes over the next five years.
Galliford Try Partnerships and Ealing Council have signed a development agreement to deliver 470 new homes at Perceval House, worth an estimated £275m.
£6m funding boost has been allocated for affordable housing across England, new government-funded training and advice to help communities start developments.