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2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By Ciaran Nerval
Developer Lendlease’s plans for a major 18-storey office block development in Elephant and Castle have been rejected on the grounds of “excessive height, mass and bulk”.
2022-10-05T14:06:00+01:00By Stephanie Denton
The Scottish housing sector could face a downturn in construction as the Scottish parliament is set to pass emergency legislation to freeze rents for up to 18 months.
2022-10-05T15:57:00+01:00By Daniel McGrath
Plans for a new infill development on the De Beauvoir Estate in Hackney, which will result in the construction of 189 new homes, have been approved.
2022-10-05T00:00:00+01:00By Lem Bingley
Fintech firm Twenty7tec tracks the number of mortgages available in the UK and had been recording a steady decline in the options offered to borrowers over the past six months.
Residential Freehold Association director Mick Platt on why housing secretary should reassess cladding approach
2022-10-04T10:56:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
RICS has launched a consultation on new draft guidance to help lenders value blocks of flats requiring cladding remediation work.
2022-10-04T11:39:00+01:00By Mel Flaherty
The transformation of Edgbaston Stadium into a cricket and community-led mixed-use destination is the subject of a £20m bid to the government’s Levelling Up Fund (LUF).
2022-10-04T11:26:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
SME developer BRiCS Development has signed contracts with Hanbury Properties to purchase land in Chichester for a new residential development with a GDV of circa £7.5m, Property Week can reveal.
2022-09-28T15:16:00+01:00By Greg Pitcher
The share prices of major property firms have plummeted this week as investors reacted to the government’s controversial tax cuts, a run on the pound and a growing expectation of interest rate hikes through the autumn.
2022-09-28T10:12:00+01:00By Andrew Hillier
The chief executive of the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) is to step down next summer.
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