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Construction output to fall for first time in six years

The UK’s construction industry is expected to experience a moderate fall in 2018, following five years of consecutive growth. The Construction Products Association’s Summer Forecasts anticipate growth for the whole of 2018 to fall 0.6%, before accelerating to 2.3% in... View Article

Scotland’s retirees facing significant property shortfall

People approaching retirement in Scotland are facing a significant financial property shortfall, according to new research published by leading UK planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore. The firm’s ‘Later Living – Are We Planning for our Future?’ report reveals that specialist UK... View Article

Robertson Residential launches new division with new MD

Part of the Robertson Group of companies, Living by Robertson, officially launched on 27th July by opening its first apartment development at Ferry Village, Renfrew. Living by Robertson will specifically target those buying solo, first time buyers and downsizers, offering contemporary... View Article

Reform of land registration to stem property fraud

The Law Commission has announced its proposals to reform the system of land registration to bring it up-to-date with the modern world, and stem the rise of property fraud. The commission says that the Land Registry has had to make... View Article

British Ceramic Tile secures partnership with Peveril Homes

British Ceramic Tile has secured a new partnership with East Midlands-based property developer Peveril Homes. With a mission to add value to each new build and deliver increased choice to Peveril’s customers, products from British Ceramic Tile’s extensive tile portfolio... View Article

Garador offer full range of door sizes

There are lots of reasons why people today are requiring larger garages. Vehicles can be bigger; and garages are often used to keep fitness equipment or general storage. Larger garages can be built without problem thanks to the range of... View Article

The rise of the UK build-to-rent market

The UK’s Private Rented Sector (PRS) is going through a period of rapid change. A recovering UK economy and increasing interest by both UK and overseas large institutional investors are key elements in the recent expansion of the PRS. Rising... View Article

Pegasus Group secures consent for 195 homes on appeal

Outline planning permission has been secured on appeal to build 195 homes in the Leicestershire village of Sileby, with Charnwood Borough Council ordered to pay partial costs. National consultancy Pegasus Group successfully secured the consent on behalf of Hallam Land... View Article

Womble Bond Dickinson comments on the revised NPPF

The new revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPFF) was delivered and came into force on 24 July 2018. The Government’s response to the consultation on the revised framework notes that it has made a number of important changes in response... View Article

RICS makes an initial response to revised NPPF

Tony Mulhall, RICS Associate Director: The revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and Planning Practice Guidance (PPG) attempts to give greater clarity to the planning process, and aims to clarify planning burdens earlier in the process rather than during applications... View Article

RIBA responds to revised National Planning Policy Framework

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) makes an initial response to the publication of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) by the Government yesterday, 24 July 2018. RIBA President Ben Derbyshire says: “The RIBA’s welcomes the publication of the revised National... View Article
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