Modular houses in Shropshire unveiled by The Wrekin Housing Trust

Shropshire’s first ever modular buildings to be used as affordable housing have been officially unveiled by The Wrekin Housing Trust. The four two-bedroom properties, located on Gordon Road, in Trench, Telford, were originally constructed in a factory before being transported to the site in sections by lorry, where they were then lifted into position More...

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By Editor On Monday, September 18th, 2017
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New planning approach to speed up delivering homes announced

An innovative approach to planning new homes will ensure they’re built where most needed, save councils millions of pounds every year and help deliver more affordable homes, has been announced by Communities Secretary More...

By Editor On Friday, September 8th, 2017
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Legal and General enters the retirement housing sector

Legal & General announces its establishment of Inspired Villages Group, which is formed out of English Care Villages, a best in class operator and developer of later living accommodation.  English Care Villages’ More...

By Editor On Monday, September 4th, 2017
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Roofing supply business Roofbase launches its second store in Exeter

A roofing supplies business which set up its first store in February has launched its second location in Exeter, creating seven new jobs. Roofbase has now opened an 800 ft² shop, with a 13,500 ft² warehouse and More...

By Editor On Monday, July 3rd, 2017
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‘Rights of Way’ and ‘Restrictive Covenants’ two of the top issues for developers

Developers have been warned of the importance of ascertaining the details of rights of way and covenants before purchasing land for redevelopment.  Speaking at the recent “Real Estate Development – Buyer Beware” More...

By Editor On Monday, July 3rd, 2017
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Four month wait for good builders, new research from FMB reveals

Home owners should book in their builder at least four months before their project begins or risk working with a cowboy, new research from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has revealed. The research also More...

By Editor On Monday, November 28th, 2016
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LandAid secures new donations to transform derelict buildings in Leeds and Newcastle

UK property companies Palmer Capital and Shaftesbury have each donated £30,000 to LandAid, the property industry charity, to sponsor the transformation of derelict properties in Leeds and Newcastle into homes for More...

By Editor On Thursday, October 13th, 2016
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HSS launch two new ‘pop-up’ shops at £2.5bn Canary Wharf district development site

HSS Hire, the national tool and equipment hire company, is celebrating the launch of two new ‘pop-up’ shops at the new £2.5bn Canary Wharf district development site, giving the 470 construction workers on the More...

By Editor On Thursday, July 28th, 2016
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Expanding housebuilder offers construction businesses in the South East a bright future

With uncertain times gripping the construction industry, a national housebuilder is increasing its market share in the South East, offering secured, long term work on large-scale housing developments in Essex, Kent More...

By Editor On Monday, June 20th, 2016
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“Social housing a prime target for building product suppliers” says Insight Data

Insight Data, the data experts for the construction industry, has revealed an increase in social housing activity with building firms now actively chasing social housing project work. Jade Greenhow, Operations More...