Residential

All the latest market reports and features on the residential sector

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Waterside project gears up for next stage in Chesterfield

By Claire Robson

The £340m Chesterfield Waterside development, which is intended to transform an unloved 60-acre site north of Chesterfield town centre into a vibrant new mixed-use community, has proved a slow-burner.

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Big players join the BTR party

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Landsec and British Land are among the big developers and investors targeting the maturing BTR market.

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Are amenity-rich BTR schemes really worth the cost?

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Gavriel Hollander reports on whether renters really want to live in new BTR developments that offer everything from rooftop yoga to ‘Bobs’

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NEO initiative could help north Essex catch up with neighbours

By Andrew Stone

The £3.65bn plan will overhaul infrastructure and create thousands of homes across three garden communities.

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Norwich embraces Passivhaus as council acts on climate change

By James Wilmore

Two schemes spearhead a drive for better housing stock.

Perth

Resi developers take advantage of rapid population growth in Perth

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Two 3,000-home developments are planned for the city.

HALO

HALO seeks to breathe new life into derelict Johnnie Walker plant

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Site in Kilmarnock to become an ‘enterprise and innovation hub’.

The Timber Yard Birmingham

West Mids focus: Birmingham and Wolverhampton bounce back with new devs

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Helen Crane asks why residential development in the centre has hit new highs and whether the UK’s second city will remain a hotbed of activity.

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