North Lincolnshire Council has awarded two projects to Britcon as a part of an overall £60m investment for major transformation plans
The Heritage Impact Assessment process can be complex to navigate without expert help as explained by Tom Barton from property consultants’ Fisher German
The insertion of new conditions in the Neighbourhood Planning Act could have significant consequences for the sector. DLA Piper's Vanessa Ralph explains The Neighbourhood Planning Act 2017 received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017. Not yet in force, section 14 of the 2017 Act inserts a new section 100ZA into...
The government has launched a £54 million Land Release Fund package to transform local communities and release land for thousands of new homes. The Land Release Fund is part of a new cross-government partnership with DCLG, the Cabinet Office and Local Government Association’s One Public Estate programme designed to make...
Empty property numbers are at their highest level in 20 years according to recent government figures with 1.4 million ‘spare’ homes lying vacant; having been left empty for at least six months. The UK is facing a housing crisis. The government must ensure 30,000 new homes are built every year...
Negative press about the quality of properties built by housebuilder Bovis has seen another £3.5m being put aside to pay for repairs
A new report suggests the key to solving the UK’s ongoing housing crisis is to give local councils more power to buy and sell land
Guy Thompson of The Concrete Centre outlines the response by the Modern Masonry Alliance to the Housing White Paper, "Fixing our broken housing market”
BSRIA will be staging the ‘Building Better Homes Faster’ event on Friday 7th July, from 9:30 – 14:00 hrs in London
Should building on green belt be so contentious or is brownfield development the key to constructing more homes? Place-Make’s David Edwards provides insight
Labour will increase housebuilding through a new generation of towns and garden cities if they win the General Election
Housing cannot afford to fall off the political agenda and the government should be looking at the scope of custom and self build housing to help tackle the crisis
David Baybut, Head of Real Estate at the national law firm Stephensons shares insight into the government's Right-to-Buy scheme