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Hackney Council has given the green light to a £200m regeneration scheme in Clapton.
Barratt Developments has reported a sharp drop in completions in London during the second half of 2016.
David Ritchie has stepped down as chief executive of Bovis Homes after eight years in the role with immediate effect.
Developers can now bid for a slice of the government’s £7bn affordable housing fund to build shared ownership, rent-to-buy and affordable rented homes.
Persimmon has reported an 8% rise in 2016 revenues to £3.14bn in an upbeat trading update ahead of the housebuilder’s full year results.
L&Q and East Thames housing associations have completed their merger this week, creating a new organisation that aims to deliver 100,000 homes in the next decade.
Peabody and Family Mosaic have agreed to merge creating a £6bn housing association providing 55,000 homes to 111,000 residents across London and the South East.
Up-market housebuilder Berkeley has revealed demand fell 20% during the first half of its financial year due to the stamp duty hike and Brexit.
The fallout from the Brexit vote has done little to halt the march of developer Urban & Civic: the company made a pre-tax profit of £35.9m in the year to the end of September 2016, up from £7m in 2015.
The notion of value and how to codify it is a serious issue that is having a major impact on the delivery of much-needed homes, particularly in London.