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Bruton Knowles has secured a place on the £800,000 Citizen 2022 framework (0928) to deliver vital development property valuations over the next four years.
We are all getting older - let’s at least try to plan for it, says Nicola Gooch, planning partner at law firm Irwin Mitchell. Here, Nicola pleads the case for local authorities to better prepare for an ageing society by adopting local plans that support a greater provision of seniors' housing.
The government has introduced Part O of the Building Regulations to prevent homes overheating in summer. Anastasia Mylona, head of research at CIBSE, explains what is in the new regulation and why it was needed.
Part L changes to Building Regulations are likely to intensify testing demand in the run-up to the December 31 deadline for UKCA certification, warns Element Materials Technology.
Analysis by the British Property Federation (BPF) shows an increase in build-to-rent properties in the UK, over the past twelve months.
Gedling Borough Council has granted Keepmoat Homes planning permission for 433 new homes in Gedling, part of the final phase of its Chase Farm development.
Dandara receives official Premier Guarantee Quality Recognition Award for their Fontwell Meadows and Paddock View developments in West Sussex.
A residential housing development in East Sussex has used Zeroignition fire protection to 'protect property and save lives'.
In this ebook, LHC looks at the role public sector procurement plays in the government's levelling up agenda.
The LHC report outlines the key role public sector procurement can play in the government's levelling up agenda.
Addressing poor housing in England would save the NHS £1.4bn a year – it’s time we take action. Gillian Charlesworth, chief executive of BRE, explores how.
PBC Today interviewed Chris Miles, the business director of UL’s Built Environment Group, about the importance of third-party certification.
A recent study led by Boston University School of Public Health has found that construction workers are at a higher risk of exposing their families to toxic metals in their homes due to various work and home related factors.
Results from the most recent State of Trade Survey from the Federation of Master Builders showed that 86% of respondents are calling for mandatory licensing for building firms.
Planning policy must adapt to the shifting need for working from home space, says Philip Barnes, group land and planning director at Barratt Developments.
StormMeister’s expanded premises and new testing facilities is allowing the company to take flood protection above and beyond industry standards.
The Lords Built Environment Committee has published its Meeting housing demand report and calls on the Government to act on planning, SMEs and housing for the elderly to address the housing crisis.
Barratt Developments and national planning consultancy Lichfields have launched a new report, calling for local planning policies to be urgently reviewed to ensure they are fit for purpose for working from home.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has said that the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme “underperformed badly”, in its latest report.
UK leading warranty and insurance provider NHBC has launched their new 2022 technical standards edition, effective for every new home covered by an NHBC warranty, where foundations are begun on or after 1 January 2022.
The government has set out its plan to incentivise people to install low-carbon heating systems to reduce the UK’s dependency on fossil fuels.
The UK must embark upon a comprehensive retrofit programme of its existing housing stock if it is to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, says Simon Storer, chief executive of Insulation Manufacturers Association.
Premier Modular has achieved BOPAS accreditation for its modular living solutions, after its expansion into the residential sector.
Peter Bill, author of Broken Homes and a former housebuilder, explores why commonly accepted solutions to fix the housing crisis just won’t work, and offers up his own suggestions that defy conventional wisdom.
Only 5,600 of the expected 82,500 jobs were created under the Green Homes Grant voucher scheme and £314m of the £1.5bn has been spent, according to a new report by the National Audit Office (NAO).