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BSRIA applauds house that costs £15 a year to run

BSRIA has applauded a four-bedroomed house in Merseyside that costs £15.00 a year to run. The house, valued at £240,000, has cladding and thick insulation on top and all around that traps heat and recycles it via a ventilation system.... View Article
Woodhead Living and councillors celebrate the completion of five bungalows in Eastleigh Close

New council homes completed ahead of schedule

The first five of 20 new bungalows in Birchwood have been completed by Woodhead Living ahead of schedule and are being prepared for their first tenants. Built on land formerly occupied by garages, these homes will help the council meet... View Article

People urged to speak out to save heart of Shoreditch

Residents and businesses are being urged to have their say on proposals for huge luxury apartment blocks in the heart of Shoreditch, before it’s too late. Developers Hammerson and Ballymore want to construct 12 buildings on the 11-acre Bishopsgate Goods... View Article

Planning approval granted for Valentines House, Ilford

U + I have been awarded planning consent to transform and extend Valentines House; an office building which will be developed for residential led mixed-use and designed by Farrells. Located near Ilford station, the development will be even better connected when Crossrail... View Article

Evans Secures Planning For 80 North Yorkshire Homes

Evans Property Group has received planning permission from Harrogate Metropolitan Borough Council for the creation of up to 80 sustainable, high quality new homes in the village of Tockwith, North Yorkshire. The redundant 9.6 acre site is located at the south western... View Article

Brick Awards 2015 winners announced

The Brick Development Association (BDA) has announced the winners of the 2015 Brick Awards, one of the top design and construction awards in the country. The Brick Awards is the longest, most well established design awards in the UK. The... View Article

Refurbished apartments are just what the doctor ordered

A former NHS clinic in Northumberland has been given a new lease of life after being converted into six high quality apartments by the county’s largest private residential landlord. Arch Homes has invested almost £600,000 in refurbishing Nomis House, located... View Article

Plans for final phase of former army camp

Schools are set for a windfall of almost half a million pound as part plans for the final phase of the former Saighton Camp near Chester. A consortium of developers has been regenerating the 34 hectare former army training centre in... View Article

Stafford Homes given a facelift by Novus

The projects division of Novus Property Solutions have recently completed a large-scale and comprehensive internal and external refurbishment for Stafford and Rural Homes. Stafford and Rural Homes owns and manages more than 6,000 properties, making it the largest social landlord... View Article

Mayor launches ‘City in the East’ masterplan

On 22nd October The Mayor of London Boris Johnson released a new framework that aims to transform East London and deliver more than 200,000 homes and 250,000 jobs. The ‘City in the East’ masterplan details how major development should take... View Article
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