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Planning review proposals ‘offers a distinct overall lack of detail’

Taking into account the wide range of views expressed to the proposals set out in the ‘places, people and planning’ consultation,...

17 August 2017

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Aston Mead backs MPs call to cut stamp duty

Land broker Aston Mead has backed calls for a reduction to stamp duty across all property price brackets in order to...

16 August 2017

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Lagan Building Contractors awarded £35m Outwood Wharf contract

Lagan Building Contractors has started work on a £35m contract for Outwood Developments to build the first phase of its Outwood...

10 August 2017

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Birmingham regeneration scheme moves a step closer

A scheme to regenerate a 17 hectare site in the heart of Birmingham city centre has moved a step closer after...

07 August 2017

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The cost of materials is on the rise

A third of small building firms, which includes property investors taking on renovation jobs, say that soaring material prices are squeezing...

03 August 2017

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Plans for 350 new homes could spark regeneration of Scottish town

Shots in North Lankarshire could be set for a radical regeneration programme – which will potentially include hundreds of new homes,...

26 July 2017

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Major £500m regeneration scheme moves closer as initial plans are approved

A new £500m regeneration scheme moved a step closer after plans for the project, which include the proposed construction of a...

13 July 2017

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New investment fund will help ‘unlock building thousands of new homes’

Various major physical infrastructure projects will be supported by the new £2.3bn Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) launched by the communities secretary,...

11 July 2017

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Manchester establishes itself as a major buy-to-let property hotspot

Despite recent turmoil, it seems Manchester is a city on the up, as it is now being identified as a true...

07 July 2017

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Marshall Group teams up with Hill to deliver 450 new homes in Cambridge

Marshall Group Properties has agreed a strategic 50:50 joint venture partnership with housebuilder Hill to deliver 450 new homes in Cambridge. The...

03 July 2017

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UK property price growth is ‘occurring at an unattainable rate’

The average asking price in the UK fell 0.4% in June compared with the previous month according to new data released...

20 June 2017

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Housing output in Scotland continues to flatline

Overall housing output north of the border continued to flatline with just 88 more homes, the equivalent of around 1%, built...

19 June 2017

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Plans approved for major development in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle Area

A major property scheme proposed for the Baltic Triangle Area in Liverpool, perhaps the most exciting part of the city, has...

15 June 2017

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Government urged to implement housing white paper

The Conservative party should stick to proposals put forward in February’s housing white paper, despite having to lead a minority government after...

14 June 2017

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‘Business as usual’ for UK housing industry despite election uncertainty

Following last week’s general election, many political commentators believe that currently the only certainty in Britain is uncertainty, after the Prime...

13 June 2017

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The DUP’s housing policies at-a-glance

After calling a surprise snap general election in a bid to increase her party’s majority in the House of Commons and...

12 June 2017

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New government urged to make housing ‘a top priority’

The Conservative party, assuming it is able to form a new government, is being urged to make tacking the growing housing...

09 June 2017

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Overseas buyers influencing US luxury home market

International buyers of residential property in the U.S. may not necessarily have a major impact on the overall housing market, but...

09 June 2017

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Custom and self build could deliver up to 50,000 new homes a year, says expert

A host of self build celebrities, including Kevin McCloud of Grand Designs and George Clarke of Amazing Spaces, have backed the...

08 June 2017

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Election day is here, but which party is capable of fixing the housing crisis?

With successive governments failing to build enough housing - particularly social housing - the UK is in the grip of a...

08 June 2017

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More new homes would provide Scotland with ‘economic and social rewards’

Increasing the supply of new homes north of the border would stimulate ‘economic growth’ in Scotland, not to mention provide more...

08 June 2017

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Which party do you think is best suited to preside over the UK housing market?

With housing high on the political agenda ahead of tomorrow’s general election, all the major parties have pledged to tackle the...

07 June 2017

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Public trusts Conservatives more than Labour to fix housing crisis, poll says

More British homeowners trust the Conservatives more than Labour to fix the country’s ‘broken’ housing market, according to a new poll. With...

06 June 2017

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Summit for landowners looking to help tackle the rural housing crisis

A conference will be held for landowners willing to play their part in solving the rural housing crisis next month. The event,...

06 June 2017

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Conservative councils more likely to allow ‘Nimbyism to get out of control’

A new report suggests that a decisive general election victory for the Conservative party this week will empower NIMBYs (Not in...

05 June 2017

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Go-ahead given for 2,750 new homes in West Sussex

Plans have been approved for the construction of 2,750 new homes, as part of a new community development in the West...

01 June 2017

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Major regeneration plans for one of London’s poorest areas

Plans for what would become one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects have been put forward by Haringey Council in north...

19 May 2017

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Lib Dems manifesto fails to address ‘lack of supply’ in the housing market – claim

The Liberal Democrats launched its manifesto yesterday ahead of next month’s general election pledging to deliver 300,000 new homes a year,...

18 May 2017

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Scotland has a ‘mountain’ to climb to solve its housing crisis

Housebuilders may never meet the demand for housing north of the border due to the various challenges that they face when...

15 May 2017

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UK sees rise in new housing despite fall in overall construction output

New housing experienced solid growth in March, up 3.8% on the month, despite a 0.7% drop in wider UK construction output,...

12 May 2017

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Residential land prices surge in key UK cities as values stabilise in central London

With an urgent need to build significantly more new homes, competition is hotting up for land which is deemed suitable for...

09 May 2017

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Investors target property in main German cities

Real estate markets across Germany’s main cities are starting to look increasingly attractive to international property investors, especially those in southern...

05 May 2017

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Planning consents for new homes in the UK continue to increase

The number of residential properties receiving planning consent continues to increase and reached almost 300,000 last year, fresh figures show. According to...

03 May 2017

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Plans approved for Reading FC’s £500m Royal Elm Park scheme

Reading Football Club’s property arm has been given the go-ahead to build a major convention centre, hotel, hundreds of new homes,...

28 April 2017

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Up to 250 new homes to ‘support the demand’ in Derbyshire

Housebuilder Persimmon Homes will develop up to 250 new homes on the outskirts of Derby following a deal overseen by commercial...

20 April 2017

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Cheap borrowing and a severe lack of supply will ‘support’ UK house prices

UK house price may growth may have slowed to a four year low in March, but indications are that prices will...

14 April 2017

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Sheerwater regeneration scheme gets the final go-ahead

More than 950 new homes will be built as part of plans to regenerate Sheerwater in Woking which has now been...

13 April 2017

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Scottish government failing to address housing supply, says trade body

The Scottish government is still failing to address the issue of housing supply, according to Homes for Scotland.   In response to the...

11 April 2017

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New plans for waterside development as part of £5.5bn regeneration scheme

A planning application has been submitted by Peel Land and the Regenda Group to develop a £21m residential tower as part...

06 April 2017

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Crossrail 2 ‘vital’ to tackling London’s housing crisis, say experts

Leading housebuilders and housing associations, including British Land and the Berkeley Group, are urging the government to back Crossrail 2 as...

05 April 2017

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New home registrations rose 9% in February

More than 13,000 new homes were registered to be built across the UK in February, according to the NHBC’s latest registration...

05 April 2017

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Go-ahead for £400m Kingston town centre regeneration scheme

Planning consent has been approved for the £400m regeneration of Kingston town centre’s Eden Walk shopping centre in west London. Joint developers...

03 April 2017

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Central London housebuilding collapses 75% as prices continue to fall

The number of new homes breaking ground in central London has plunged by 75% year-on-year as housebuilders put planned projects on...

31 March 2017

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New train station would ‘unlock’ potential to create thousands of new homes

Plans to build a Thameslink station in the north London area of Brent Cross may be brought forward by nine years...

31 March 2017

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UK urged to end the green belt housebuilding ban

Britain’s housing shortage could be resolved if housebuilders were allowed to build significantly more new homes on the green belt, according...

22 March 2017

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Investors invited to help solve London’s growing housing crisis

Investors are being offered an opportunity to play their own small part in solving London’s worsening crisis by investing in a...

21 March 2017

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Fears for Scotland’s ‘future success’ as number of new homes falls

A sharp fall in the number of homes being built north of the border is likely to push up house prices...

16 March 2017

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Midlands Engine strategy will ‘provide a welcome boost for housing levels’

The government yesterday launched its Midlands Energy strategy, which is expected to boost the supply of much needed new homes in...

10 March 2017

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Oxford scheme awarded planning approval

Oxford City Council has given Catalyst the go-ahead to build 48 homes on the site of the former Temple Cowley pools. Some...

10 March 2017

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Thameswey Developments takes control of Sheerwater regeneration scheme

Thameswey Developments has taken over plans for the regeneration of Sheerwater, after Woking Borough Council opted to drop New Vision Homes...

08 March 2017

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Planning fee rise will not boost delivery of much needed new homes

The housebuilding industry has opposed plans by the Scottish government to raise the maximum fee level for planning applications to £125,000...

03 March 2017

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Is it time to adopt an eco-friendly investment strategy?

Investing in residential properties can be a great way to accumulate wealth. But before parting with your cash, an investment strategy...

01 March 2017

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Plans for 1,100-home Ipswich neighbourhood given green light

Planning consent has been awarded for a major mixed-use scheme on the edge of Ipswich, which will feature 1,100 new homes,...

24 February 2017

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Plans approved for 270 new homes as part of wider regeneration plans

More than 270 flats will be built in North Liverpool after plans for the scheme were given the go-ahead this week. The...

23 February 2017

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Plans for regeneration scheme in town centre approved

Plans for a major regeneration scheme in Dovercourt town centre have been given the go-ahead. The £1m project, which will be financed...

14 February 2017

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North London council unveils £3.5bn regeneration plans

Haringey Council has unveiled proposals to replace Wood Green’s existing town centre with a £3.5bn development featuring a new shopping centre...

10 February 2017

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Supply shortage pushes Northern Irish house prices up

The supply of residential properties in the Northern Ireland market continued to decline last month, prompting prices to rise, according to...

10 February 2017

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Strong appetite for self-build in Scotland

There is growing appetite for self-build homes north of the border, as the benefits, both in terms of lifestyle and costs,...

08 February 2017

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Green belt policy ‘should be reappraised’ to solve the housing crisis

There is a well documented housing crisis in England, especially in the south of the country where property prices are at...

08 February 2017

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Major Leeds South Bank project moves a step closer

Initial plans for a £350m mixed-use scheme that would include Leeds’ tallest tower have moved a step closer to becoming reality...

03 February 2017

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Scottish house prices and rents set to rise as supply shortage intensifies

Residential property prices and private rents in Scotland’s cities are expected to rise sharply in the next five years due to...

01 February 2017

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Plans approved for £20m Sheffield development

Planning consent has been awarded for a £20m student accommodation scheme in Sheffield city centre. Sheffield City Council gave London-based developer Southern...

30 January 2017

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New development to attract investors to Slough

A new housing development in Slough is thought to be catching the eye of property investors. Trinity, developed by Shanly Homes, is...

23 January 2017

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Plans for £300m development on former Vauxhall site gets go-ahead

A proposal to transform part of the 24.5 hectare former Vauxhall car plant site in Luton into a £300m plus mixed-use...

17 January 2017

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Remove barriers to boost housebuilding levels, says HBF

SME housebuilders could start building significantly more new homes in England and Wales if barriers to growth were cut, according to...

17 January 2017

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Redrow boss welcomes ‘strong and sustained upward trend in new housing’

With close to 200,000 homes built last year, the government looks to be on course to meet its target of building...

13 January 2017

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Planning overhaul to speed up housebuilding

Major plans to revamp Scotland’s planning system have been proposed by the Scottish government to help speed up housebuilding.  The proposals are...

13 January 2017

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Two thirds of UK builders report material price hikes

More than two thirds of small and medium-sized UK building firms have seen a rise in the cost of materials caused...

12 January 2017

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New property listings on the market fall sharply

The number of New UK property listings plunged by 46.9% in December from the previous month, according to HouseSimple.com. While a fall...

10 January 2017

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Top places to invest in London in 2017

When it comes to investing in property, it pays to know about the latest property hotspots and up-and-coming areas. Here are Portico’s...

04 January 2017

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New pilot scheme to boost housebuilding

With the number of new homes being built across the UK still significantly below the level needed to meet demand, a...

04 January 2017

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Garden villages to create thousands of new homes

England's first garden villages have been proposed for 14 sites across the country along with three larger garden towns in Buckinghamshire,...

04 January 2017

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Camilla Dell – what to expect in 2017

The biggest talking point in 2017 will be triggering Article 50 to begin the process of Britain’s exit from the EU,...

03 January 2017

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Marc Langdon – what to expect in 2017

Marc Langdon, a partner at Bidwells, offers his thoughts on what property market trends we can expect over the coming year. I...

29 December 2016

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UK house prices set to remain flat in 2017 amid Brexit uncertainty

UK property prices are expected to remain largely unchanged in 2017, owed largely to uncertainty over Brexit negotiations, according to the...

29 December 2016

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Planning system continues to slow housing delivery

With the number of new homes being built across the UK still significantly below the level needed to meet demand, housebuilders...

21 December 2016

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Plans approved for 1,800-home development

Planning consent has been awarded for the construction of 1,800 homes on a 248-hectare aerodrome site in Surrey. Waverley Borough Council’s planning...

20 December 2016

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UK housebuilding robust but construction sector flags

New housing remained the strongest strand of construction output in October, despite the surprise slowdown in overall construction output, the latest...

17 December 2016

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Developer starts work on £43m Bradford housing scheme

Keepmoat has broken ground at a new £43m residential property development in Bradford; which will see major local infrastructure improvements and...

15 December 2016

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Foreign investors are the real drivers of London property

Since the shock Brexit result was announced in June, and the consequent drop in value of the pound, there has been...

05 December 2016

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Green belt ‘swaps’ set to boost supply of new homes

Ministers are expected to back the construction of thousands of much needed new homes on green belt land when it releases...

30 November 2016

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Scotland has an opportunity to ‘thrive and grow’

With significantly more homes required to meet the needs and aspirations of Scotland’s growing population, the home building industry north of...

25 November 2016

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Plans approved for £100m regeneration scheme in Wolverton

Wolverton Works, a £100m regeneration project which will be located in the constituent town of Milton Keynes, has received planning permission St....

24 November 2016

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New measures to boost housebuilding

The chancellor Philip Hammond announced a range of housing measures in his first Autumn Statement, including £1.4bn of cash to help build...

24 November 2016

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Big housebuilders’ profit margins soar

Profitability at the UK’s largest housebuilders has increased at more than twice the rate of new housing output, shows new research...

19 November 2016

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UK house price growth continues to defy post-Brexit gloomy forecasts

Residential property prices in the UK increased by an average of 7.7% in the year to September, according to the latest...

19 November 2016

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‘Virtual freeholds’ place property investments at risk, claims expert

Those investing in newly-built leasehold flats, marketed as ‘virtual freehold’ properties with 999-year leases, are in danger of losing their capital...

18 November 2016

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Prime London land values fall sharply

Land values in prime central London dropped by 10.3% in the year through to September, and are now at around the...

18 November 2016

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London home prices slashed by housebuilder

With demand for high-end properties in central London cooling following the Brexit vote and property tax increases, Britain’s largest housebuilder, Barratt...

17 November 2016

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 Sharp rise in number of new homes built

The number of new homes recorded in England has increased to its highest level since the financial crash, official figures have...

16 November 2016

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Spanish property sales figures show significant growth

The latest residential property sales figures in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show that the number of...

15 November 2016

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Major shortage threatens to push up prices in Leeds City Region

A severe undersupply of residential development sites and office space created by strong economic growth in Leeds City Region, which includes...

14 November 2016

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UK construction at weakest level for four years as housebuilding stalls

The UK’s construction sector recorded its weakest performance since 2012 in the third quarter of the year, official figures have revealed. Construction...

14 November 2016

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UK housing shortage means no letup in rising home prices

A chronic shortage of housing in the UK is continuing to place upward pressure on residential property prices, according to the...

11 November 2016

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Plans revealed for £80m transformation of Leicester’s rundown Waterside area

An 18-acre brownfield site in Leicester’s Waterside area will be developed into a new neighbourhood of homes, shops and workplaces, which...

11 November 2016

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Change of strategy needed to tackle UK housing crisis

Business leaders have called for a "step change" in housebuilding if the government is to meet its ambition of delivering one...

08 November 2016

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Landlords cut rents across U.S.

A growing number of landlords in the U.S. are open to negotiating on asking prices, reflecting the fact that it is...

07 November 2016

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UK house prices to remain broadly unchanged until 2019

Residential property prices in the UK are expected to remain largely flat until the Brexit negotiations are concluded in 2019, according...

02 November 2016

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Greater optimism among housebuilders

Confidence among housebuilders has improved, with many residential property developers confident that they will succeed in their efforts to build more...

31 October 2016

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Housing market in Nine Elms ‘remains robust’

The Nine Elms’ borough of Southwark has experienced a boom in residential property prices over the past 12 months, but with...

28 October 2016

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