Over the past couple of months, working from home has become the norm for hundreds of thousands of people. How could this change new developments in housing after coronavirus? Since Boris Johnson announced the UK
A wave of construction companies have announced plans to start building again. How long will it take to get UK housebuilding back on track? A number of UK housebuilders have revealed their intentions to reopen
Greater Manchester takes the crown as the most valuable area for new-build housebuilders in the past year. And there’s plenty of room for further growth. Throughout the UK, £57bn worth of new homes came to
The government has used its latest Budget to push us closer to our carbon targets. Is it time for drastic action in the housing industry? In 2018, the UK residential sector produced an estimated 65.9
Energy companies are pioneering new ways of heating new-build homes in preparation for the ban on gas boilers from 2025, with money-saving options for homeowners. From 2025, it will be illegal in England to install
It’s been more than two years since the Grenfell Tower disaster, and a lot’s changed in the construction industry, but the repercussions are still being felt by many high-rise residents. Across England, thousands of owners
Housebuilding in the UK has definitely been going in the right direction, and there are some interesting regional differences in both quantity and size. Between 2018 and 2019, UK housebuilders successfully delivered 203,900 new homes.
A property boost for the north is coming, as new bank GBB plans to increase the availability of property development finance for regional developers and SME construction companies. The government has identified that a lack