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New South Bank show for Iso-Chemie Tape

Hundreds of new low carbon family homes under construction in Leeds city centre will be fully protected against the elements to thanks ISO-CHEMIE’s expanding foam sealing tapes. Windows and doors on more than 500 properties in the Climate Innovation District... View Article

Green Belt ‘being eroded at an alarming rate’

The Green Belt remains under severe pressure, despite government commitments to its protection, according to a new report from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE). CPRE’s annual State of the Green Belt report highlights that there are currently 460,000 homes... View Article

SDLT receipts down by almost £1/3 billion: LCP Report

LCP has analysed HMRC’s Quarterly Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Statistics for Q2 2018 released this week. In conjunction with the Quarterly Land Transaction Tax Statistical Release from the Welsh Revenue Authority, this reveals: Tax receipts in Q2 2018 are down 13.8%... View Article

Taylor Wimpey – half year results 2018

Taylor Wimpey has announced its 2018 half year results. Pete Redfern, Chief Executive, commented: “As employment prospects remain positive and mortgage availability is good, customer demand for our homes has been strong in spite of some wider macroeconomic uncertainty. With a strong order... View Article

Venting an idea for UK hot spells

With the heat wave set to continue, James Parker examines whether UK homes need air conditioning to help cope with the heat. It can’t have escaped your notice that we have just been through one of the longest hot spells... View Article

Springfield secures strategic land deal for 1,900-home site

Springfield Properties, a leading housebuilder in Scotland offering private and affordable housing, is pleased to announce that it has secured approximately 400 acres of zoned land in West Lothian, Scotland to develop a 1,900-home site. This agreement expands Springfield’s sales... View Article

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

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
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