Latest housing news and contracts
£100m Derry housing development set for approvalSubscription
A £100m, 780-home neighbourhood in Derry is set to be approved next week by Derry City and Strabane District Council planning committee.
Engie wins £85m West London repairs contractSubscription
Engie has been awarded an £85m repairs and maintenance contract for housing association Catalyst Housing’s west London properties.
BPF boss: Brexit distraction is a mythSubscription
It is a myth that the government has been totally distracted by Brexit, the head of the British Property Federation has claimed.
Massive housing demand, combined with a transparent and responsive system, means that the UK will remain a centre for real estate investment, it has been claimed.
Homes England has launched an online tool to help display plots of land that are ready for housebuilding, in what it says is a bid to speed up development.
Features and Analysis
Theresa May’s removal of the local authority borrowing cap during this year’s party conference was a cause for concern among property developers.
To coincide with his appearance at this year’s CN Summit, Construction News visited Quintain boss Angus Dodd at the developer’s Wembley Park scheme to hear how he plans to make a build-to-rent breakthrough.
Jeff Fairburn has been sacked (or ‘asked to resign’) for taking a ludicrous bonus by the company that gave him said ludicrous bonus.
Last month, housing secretary James Brokenshire announced a ban on combustible cladding on all new residential buildings above 18 metres.
In the prestigious west London neighbourhood Cadogan Estates is turning a 1930s icon of the famous King’s Road into a cutting-edge development.
Manchester is providing a wealth of work for contractors to target – but who is already working on the city’s biggest schemes and which jobs should companies keep an eye on?
In south London Galliford Try is approaching its eighth year on a residential development by the Thames that now faces the trickiest phase of work yet.
It’s been a busy few weeks in politics with the party conference season, and the government has been keen to demonstrate that it is working to build a better future for Britain.
The chancellor’s commitment in last year’s Budget to build 300,000 homes a year fell very much into the classic ‘grand announcement’ category: big ambition but no detail on delivery.
The contractor has navigated Roman ruins and shifted its approach to cope with soaring temperatures as it overhauls a long-neglected part of the city.
The housing secretary’s recent announcement of a £1bn Housing Delivery Fund to develop homes for rent or sale is a welcome move that will help SMEs overcome a common barrier to their growth.
Telford Homes signs London investment dealSubscription
Developer unveils £50m luxury homes planSubscription
Weston and Tesco announce plans for 1,400 homesSubscription
Housebuilder Bovis posts record £168m profitSubscription
Keepmoat announces new CEOSubscription
Galliford Try wins £275m London regeneration jobSubscription
Ex-Wates director joins United LivingSubscription