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Bellway IMS – continuing upbeat tone among housebuilders

Alastair Stewart, analyst at Westhouse Securities, said: We are maintaining our estimates after an in-line IMS for the four months to end-May and note that Bellway is continuing the upbeat tone among housebuilders, despite worries in the wider housing market... View Article

Perrin & Rowe goes live with brand new website

Perrin & Rowe is pleased to announce the launch of its newly operational and multi-faceted website www.perrinandrowe.co.uk; an online resource for the world’s finest collection of kitchen and bathroom brassware and sanitaryware for home owner, designer and hotelier alike. The... View Article

Reaction roundup to the Queen’s Speech 2014

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) is pleased that the Government continues to recognise the value of small business and construction to the economy in the measures outlined in the 2014 Queen’s Speech. The NFB particularly welcomes measures outlined to... View Article

Former school building with planning potential

BTF Partnership is offering for sale a former school annexe with planning potential in Canterbury, in a mainly residential area close to the City centre. The site, previously used by the adjoining Diocesan & Payne Smith Primary School, has frontages... View Article

NFB welcomes Help to Buy boost to construction growth

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) today welcomed Treasury figures showing that the Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme is helping to drive residential construction growth, particularly in the regions. The first set of comprehensive figures for the scheme show... View Article

Quit blaming, get building on public land

Marnix Elsenaar, head of planning at City law firm Addleshaw Goddard, said: “Our modern culture of blame has driven critics towards both house builders and Help to Buy as culprits for unaffordable housing in recent months. Yet no politician will... View Article

High praise for North Manchester regeneration project

Competition judges have described a Redrow regeneration project in North Manchester as “having achieved something really positive in the community”. The provision of up to 400 new homes in Moston and Harpurhey, on sites previously cleared of poor quality housing,... View Article

Trees cause over £25 million damage to new homes

Over £25million of damage has been caused to new homes by trees over the last six years, according to figures released by NHBC. The UK’s leading warranty provider and standard setting body for new build homes is so concerned by... View Article
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