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Race for Space with More Detached Houses Built

THE LATEST FIGURES released today by NHBC shows that detached houses now make up the largest proportion of new home registrations in the UK,...

Style and Sustainability: How UK Home Designs Have Changed Over Time

OUR HOME DESIGNS are an identifying aspect of our nation’s culture. Wood panelling, bay windows, and stone bricks are instantly recognisable as a product...

Barratts Buys More Plots as Shortages Have No Impact

IN ITS LATEST trading update for 1 July to 10 October 2021, Barratts Developments PLC reports continued strength in customer demand for new homes. While...

£57m Brownfield Fund for 5,600 New Homes

ALMOST £58 MILLION from the £75 million Brownfield Land Release Fund (BLRF) has been allocated to 53 councils. The funding was released by the Department...

Planning Lags Not Land Banking Responsible for Housing Crisis Study Says

HOUSING DEVELOPERS hoarding land after gaining planning consent in order to benefit from a rising market is a myth that has been debunked according...

Avonside Group is Exhibiting at Housing 21 Exhibition

AVONSIDE GROUP will be exhibiting at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Housing 21 Exhibition at Manchester Central 7– 9 September. The conference is...

New Home Registrations Hit 14-year High

THE STRONGEST QUARTER for new build home registrations since 2007 is shown by NHBC data released today. According to NHBC, the new home warranty and...

Scotland’s Biggest Net Zero Housing Gets Go Ahead

SCOTLAND’S LARGEST net zero housing development in Edinburgh have been granted approval by city planners. The 444-home Western Villages development is being led by the City of...

SME Builders Urged to Back Planning Reform

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION of Builders (NFB) is urging support for the proposed planning reform, saying that they will help SME builders to develop and...

Falkirk Council Confirms £332m 5-Year Housing Spend

A £332M BUDGET has been agreed for improvements to existing homes and to fund new homes by Falkirk Council over the next five years. In...