Kim Vernau, CEO at BLP Insurance, highlights the key points raised at an interactive discussion organised for industry peers on whether regeneration can really work in practice to alleviate pressure on the housing market
The HM Land Registry has launched a new digital Local Land Charges Register, in an effort to make the home-buying process simpler, faster and cheaper
Insurance providers are set to up the price of their premiums due to Brexit as homeowners have been warned that adding extensions onto their properties could cost a small fortune.
Kit Malthouse has been named as the new minister of state for housing at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), making him the fourth minister in the last four years
Urged by the Centre for Social Justice, the government is considering plans to support housing associations that help social renters to move off benefits and into work - saving the taxpayer up to £3 billion a year.
Housing minister Dominic Raab has been named Brexit secretary following the resignation of David Davis this morning
Kai Peeters, the founder and CEO of HiP, an upcoming blockchain and property platform, discusses how blockchain can unlock more buying powers for first-time buyers
An All Parliamentary Group on Building Communites has been launched to discuss design and placemaking decisions towards solving the UK's housing crisis.
Seven Oaks Timber Frame, part of JG Hale Construction, is to be turned into a separate limited company and rebranded as Seven Oaks Modular in a move that reflects the increasing demand for modular construction solutions in the UK
The Government has launched an affordable housing fund that will help unite communities to build and refurbish the affordable housing they need
The definition of “affordable housing” must incorporate homes for social rent in upcoming government changes to planning policy to combat the low numbers of social rented homes across the country, the Local Government Association says today (2 July)
A new programme, '‘Solving the Housing Crisis?’ takes a look at how social housing contributes to our society and how the government can help.
Housing Secretary James Brokenshire has praised BME housing associations for their work in “promoting equality and diversity within the housing market” and “helping build the strong, integrated communities that we all want to see”