Wates Living Space, the social housing repairs company, is set to commence repairs and maintenance for 7,000 homes on behalf of Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
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.
GMB has slammed Barking and Dagenham Council for approving two new tower blocks on crown house site without any social housing after council says it has over 7,000 on the housing waiting list.
Brentwood Borough Council has announced Morgan Sindall as preferred joint venture partner for the redesign and regeneration of council sites.
The residential sector is looking positive after an upturn in construction contracts awarded during February, according to the latest analysis by Barbour ABI.
From water saving devices and rainwater harvesting to sustainable drainage systems (SuDS), there are myriad ways in which housebuilders can contribute to sustainable water management.
Placefirst has unveiled its vision to transform a key site in Bolton Council’s town centre masterplan, the town's first urban village.
Development partners are being sought for second major affordable housing site at Enfield Council’s Meridian Water scheme.
Tolent has been awarded the contract to build the first residential stage at Kirkstall Forge, a flagship £400m project in Leeds.
Scarborough Borough Council has approved a planning application by ENGIE, to build a bespoke over 55s housing development in Scarborough.
The latest research by KPMG shows that new housing developments built in city centres have the potential to stimulate 50% more economic growth than similar developments.
A £200m riverside quarter is set to take a major step forward as South Tyneside Council seeks a development partner.
As Kit Malthouse admits that the government will fail to keep its promise of building 200,000 'starter homes', the National Federation of Builders (NFB) has said it is not surprised by the scheme's failure.
A digital tool to help match developers to plots of land which are ready for housebuilding has been launched by Homes England, in an effort to speed up the delivery of new properties.