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Winvic Construction has reached practical completion of its first build-to-rent scheme, also the first purpose-built accommodation of this type in Leicester city centre.
A change of policy to shift away from housing benefits to direct provision of council housing is long overdue, it will save money in the long run too, says GMB London.
New modelling from the National Housing Federation reveals the government needs to spend around £146bn to deliver the social housing the UK needs.
Graham has completed building work at Weavers Quay, the waterfront build-to-rent scheme in New Islington, East Manchester.
Construction work for 46 new affordable homes at Winstanley & York Road Estate officially topped out this week.
An initiative that aims to improve housing standards for multiple occupancy, privately rented properties in Bristol’s central wards started this week.
Following a process of early engagement, the UK Government is now entering into formal negotiations on a built environment sector deal.
Stephen Pratt at Godwin Developments, discusses securing planning approval for the Landmark building, which is set to become Derby’s tallest building.
Housing association Aster Group has agreed a contract to build 90 affordable homes in Poundbury, an urban extension of Dorchester in Dorset.
Appreciating value and equity build-up are the main benefits of property ownership in the UK according to a recent survey from BLP Insurance.
Investment in the Build to Rent (BTR) sector reached a record high in 2018 with almost £4bn of new funds allocated to the sector according to Bidwells Build to Rent Summer 2019 Analysis.
New analysis by London Councils shows a significant reduction in the number of homes affordable to Londoners receiving Local Housing Allowance (LHA) over the...
The new development will bring a mix of over 1,000 modern homes to rent, catering for individuals, creating high quality, community living in Essex.
A new residential development is set to launch this weekend (13th July 2019) on the capital’s waterfront as part of the area’s regeneration.
The development of D’Urton Lane site in Preston will create 250 new homes for shared ownership, affordable rent and private sale.
The scheme will involve more than 300 purchases and newly-built homes, as well as houses and flats that have been bought through the Right To Buy scheme.
Build-to-Rent, or BtR, has risen in five years from almost nowhere to be a potential core element in meeting Britain’s housing need. Why should this have happened? What does it mean? Is it all good news?
Analysis indicates that in the three months to May the total value of industrial contracts awards was £1.8bn, an increase of 26.4% in the last quarter.
The latest edition of the Economic & Construction Market Review from industry analysts Barbour ABI has revealed that construction contract awards decreased by 2.1% in March across Great Britain.
Lovell has announced a multi million-pound partnership with Wise Living to deliver new low-rise suburban family homes specifically for the private rental sector across the UK.
Private landlords will no longer be able to evict tenants from their homes at short notice and without good reason, in the biggest change to the private rental sector for a generation.
New online support as part of government's commitment to give greater protection to tenants, and reform the private rented sector for the better.
Birmingham City Council has been awarded £711,000 from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) to work with the private-rented housing sector to prevent homelessness.
Housing Minister Heather Wheeler MP has brought forward new legislation to strengthen protections for money held by property agents.
Queens Cross Housing Association has now secured £40m funding from M&G Investments for ambitious plans to build 600 new homes and transform Hamiltonhill.
Winvic Construction Ltd has been appointed by Lionel House Developments Ltd and Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) to develop a new 14-storey build-to-rent (BTR) complex.