Tag: new homes

Housebuilder Pro
Builds & Development

How might increases to the cost of living influence your new homes sales strategy?

Housebuilder Pro is a cloud-based software application created by software development experts Shoothill with invaluable design input from Shropshire-based house builders Shingler Homes. In April, the average cost of a home reached a record of £286,079. However, with rising interest rates and outrageously fast increases to the …

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New homes Barking Riverside
Builds & Development

Barking-born planner’s key role in transforming his hometown

New homes Barking Riverside – working on one of Europe’s biggest residential projects is a labour of love for Bellway Planning Manager Nasser Farooq. The 37-year-old, who was born and bred in Barking, is a member of the development team which is masterminding Bellway London …

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Burrington Estates' new developments
Builds & Development

Successful 2021 for Burrington Estates signals continued New Year growth

Burrington Estates’ new developments – The continued strength of the South West property market and the launch of a new division in Central England made 2021 a successful year for Burrington Estates. This puts the company in a robust position moving into 2022 with a …

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property developer Strawberry Star
Builds & Development

Strawberry Star appoints three industry heavyweights to boost business

THREE influential industry experts have joined rapidly expanding property developer Strawberry Star Group to help elevate the businesses residential sales and Build-to-Rent (BTR) arms. Yash Dave joins property developer Strawberry Star as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO), having over two decades of experience in …

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The Question of “Garden Communities”—Is It A Good Idea?
Products & Materials

The Question of “Garden Communities”—Is It A Good Idea?

The Question of “Garden Communities”—Is It A Good Idea? The debate goes on in the House of Commons, amidst the Trump immigration fiasco and the Brexit troubles, as to whether the government’s intention to respond to the housing crisis in this country is the right …

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