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The state of play

Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB, considers the effect of the state playing a far more active role in the sector An interesting development during the shortened election campaign period has been the re-emergence of council housing as a... View Article

Manifestos address “chronic” shortage

In their Election manifestos the major UK political parties each offered their own commitments to revive the struggling housing sector, anc commentators from across the industry spoke up to reflect on the policies. Industry voices generally reacting favourably towards the... View Article

New community for Newton Mearns given go-ahead

The creation of a brand new community in Maidenhill, Newton Mearns has been given the green light today (2 June) by East Renfrewshire Council. The development between CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland will see significant investment in... View Article

Landmark development in Donaldson’s grounds now underway

Work has started on a highly-anticipated new development in Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. A sweeping crescent of glass-fronted, contemporary new residences will be created in the grounds of Donaldson’s, one of the city’s most iconic locations. CALA Homes is behind the... View Article

Work starts on £12m new-build residential scheme in Kent

Developer Investin PLC has started construction work on a new-build development in Ashford, Kent. Designed by Holder Mathias Architects, the ‘Vista’ residential scheme will be built on either side of the former Charter House, completing the 352-unit residential mixed-use development... View Article

Brent’s tallest building approved as mixed-use scheme

Colliers International’s London Planning team has secured a resolution to grant planning permission for the redevelopment of Minavil House, Alperton, in the London Borough of Brent. At 110m tall, this residential-led mixed-use tower is set to become the central landmark... View Article

How will Brexit impact material costs?

Many questions were raised in the wake of the EU referendum, with key figures in every industry speculating about the potential impact on their sector in the months ahead. Since June’s Brexit decision, the UK economy has defied some analysts’... View Article

UK’s first homes for veterans

Work is underway to transform a former army barracks into the UK’s first housing and enterprise project for service veterans. The multi-million pound development, at the former Erskine Barracks near Salisbury, will see it turned into a campus with homes... View Article

New family homes for Chester le Street

A new £1.8m development of affordable homes for rent is now under construction by North East landlord and developer Karbon Homes in Chester le Street using grant funding secured via the Homes and Communities Agency and support from Durham County... View Article

Quartet of new projects for expanding developer

Fast growing developer, Galliford Try Partnerships North, is about to embark on three new projects with a combined value of £13 million. The initiatives in Crook and Esh Winning in County Durham and Brotton in Cleveland follows the start of... View Article
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