Carter Jonas and Dreweatt Neate, two of the UK’s oldest property firms are to merge from 1 May. The new property consultancy will be called Carter Jonas and have a combined turnover of £30m, 75 partners and more than 400 staff working from 31 offices.
The number of planning applications granted consent by local authorities in England increased 9% for the year ending June 2021.
The Labour Party plans to give first-time buyers “first dibs” on new builds for six months and will also pledge to reform rules governing how developers contribute towards affordable housing.
Present Made and Apache Capital have submitted plans to deliver a residential scheme with a GDV of £160m for the University of Cambridge.
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