Property Development; Looking Back and Ahead
Builds & Development

Property Development; Looking Back and Ahead

In 2021, many developers suffered from a lack of supplies and labour, a large rise in the cost of raw materials and delivery delays in their property development. While partly caused by Covid, a contributing factor was the extra burden of Brexit, preventing access to …

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Homes Up for Sale at Sherfield-on-Loddon Development
Affordable Housing

Homes Up for Sale at Sherfield-on-Loddon Development

A new housing development is beginning to take shape near Sherfield-on-Loddon, with the first homes set to go on sale in February. Bellway is building 150 properties at Longfield Place, off Reading Road, between Chineham and Sherfield-on-Loddon, including 60 affordable homes available for local people …

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Red Wall Backs Calls to Scrap VAT on Energy Bills
Energy & Utilities

Red Wall Backs Calls to Scrap VAT on Energy Bills

Facing unprecedented increases in energy bills, residents in 18 Red Wall constituencies in the north of England have given overwhelming backing to calls for VAT on energy bills to be scrapped. Polling conducted by YouGov, on behalf of the not-for-profit trade body Energy and Utilities Alliance …

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Buyers Cruise Their Way to Three Waters for Shared Ownership Homes
Builds & Development

Buyers Cruise Their Way to Three Waters for Shared Ownership Homes

Numerous studies have indicated that exposure to natural environments, such as rivers, lakes and canals can positively impact health and wellbeing among those living within urban surroundings. With demand for waterfront properties on the rise, it is little wonder so many home-hunters are willing to pay …

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SoloHaus micro homes
Affordable Housing

Council enters landmark partnership with modular housing supplier to tackle homelessness

Cornwall Council has entered into a landmark deal to buy SoloHaus ‘micro homes’ to help tackle the housing crisis. A total of 29 self-contained modular one-bedroom homes have arrived in Cornwall and are set to be deployed to sites in the coming months. The Council …

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Shanly Homes
Builds & Development

New show home design reflects Weyside location

Enjoying a tranquil location just moments from the River Wey, Weyside Grove is a collection of 10 two, three and four-bedroom houses by award winning housebuilder, Shanly Homes, located in the picturesque Surrey village of Send. Shanly Homes is excited to have recently launched its stunning-new show …

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Keepmoat Homes Partners with Bristol City Council for New Development
Sustainable Construction

Keepmoat Homes Partners with Bristol City Council for New Development

National housebuilder Keepmoat Homes, working in partnership with Bristol-based housing company Goram Homes and Bristol City Council, are proposing the redevelopment of the brownfield site into a housing development of 140 new homes. The site, which will be based on Dovercourt Road, Horfield, was previously …

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House-hunters in the South Midlands can now buy a Davidsons Homes property with a five per cent deposit thanks to a new scheme.
Builds & Development

Davidsons Homes gives buyers a chance to purchase with a five per cent deposit

House-hunters in the South Midlands can now buy a Davidsons Homes property with a five per cent deposit thanks to a new scheme. Buyers can take advantage of Deposit Unlock to secure a 95 per cent mortgage of up to £750,000 on a new-build house. …

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Pronteau ProTrad hot tap
Products & Materials

Abode launch truly traditional Pronteau ProTrad hot water tap

Abode, award-winning designer and distributor of market leading kitchen taps, sinks, bathroom taps & showering solutions is proud to launch Pronteau ProTrad: a truly traditional hot tap design, available in 3 IN 1 and 4 IN 1 models. Offering modern functionality traditionally styled, the brand new Pronteau …

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Better use of EPCs
Energy & Utilities

What does the future hold as Energy Performance Certificates come of age?

Better use of EPCs suggest the Houzen team. Introduced to the UK back in 2007, as part of Home Information Packs, Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are now required for any building that is built, sold or rented. While Home Information Packs fell by the wayside, …

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