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Billions of pounds lost in the ‘deposit black hole’

16 per cent of renters claim they have ‘unfairly’ lost their deposits 2.34 million UK adults want to challenge lost deposits but pled ignorance to the processes involved New research carried out among more than 2,000 UK adults by SPCE has revealed... View Article

Moda boosts development team and agrees new HQ

Moda, a developer and operator of private rented housing, has made two senior appointments to its development team, enlisted a head of creative and signed a new headquarters as it looks to ramp up the delivery of thousands of new... View Article

Building trust in the connected home

Smart home, integrated home or automated home are all terms used to describe the technology enhanced places in which many of us now live. From remote home security systems to intelligent lighting and heating that can be controlled from a... View Article

Barratt to open 12 new sites in Scotland in 2018

Scotland’s leading housebuilder Barratt Developments, which includes both the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, has announced plans to open 12 new sites creating 2280 new homes across Scotland during the course of 2018. In addition to its home building programme,... View Article

Best in British housebuilding revealed

On Friday 26th January, NHBC celebrated the success, skill and exceptional achievements of site managers who are building the next generation of the UK’s housing stock. After months of deliberation the finalists of NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards 2017... View Article

On-trend tiles

Cameron Fraser of Ceramique Internationale explains how the use of wetroom systems is influencing both bathroom design and the creative use of tiles. Consumer demand in the bathroom environment is changing, with spa-style bathrooms and wetrooms becoming increasingly prominent. According... View Article

Multi-million pound apartment block opened

The Mayor of South Tyneside has officially opened a £6m housing complex for older people. Councillor Olive Punchion unveiled a plaque to mark the formal opening of the Riverside Apartments, on River Drive, South Shields. Construction of the 50-home development... View Article

3D printing: could it solve the housing crisis?

Despite signs of progress, 3D-printing technology has yet to realise its full potential in the housebuilding sector – so what is holding it back?  Following this year’s Autumn Budget announcement, it is clear that the Government has set its sights... View Article

Ancon to launch new products at Ecobuild 2018

Ancon will be launching its latest fixing innovations at Ecobuild, 6th – 8th March, London ExCeL, stand number C62. Double winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and holder of a string of innovation and product development accolades, Ancon will... View Article

£1m property VAT scam trio sentenced

Three tax fraudsters have been sentenced to a total of nearly 10 years in prison – two in their absence after they absconded – for their role in stealing almost £1 million in VAT repayments for building houses that never... View Article

Two more companies join the UK Pavilion at Fensterbau

The Glass and Glazing Federation is delighted to announce that Regalead and Jackloc have signed up to join the UK Pavilion at Fensterbau Frontale 2018. Both are high quality companies and are welcome additions to the UK Pavilion. Regalead been... View Article

Correct insulation is vital to ensure quality

If the government is to make good its pledge to act on the latest UK Green Building Council report which calls for urgent action to improve the country’s energy-deficient housing stock, the thermal efficiency of every aspect of the building... View Article
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