Galliford Try has announced plans to partner with housing association WM Housing to convert the former Hall Green dog racing stadium into 200 new homes in Birmingham.
FTSE-250 listed infrastructure and housebuilding group Kier has said it is “confident” that the company will meet its full-year expectations in a trading update for the period since 20 September.
Shares in housebuilders fell dramatically this morning as Taylor Wimpey, Berkeley Group, Barratt Developments and Persimmon all saw loses of nearly 10% in morning trading as the UK was thrown into political turmoil over Brexit.
Huntingdonshire District Council has approved regeneration specialist Urban & Civic’s plans for a ‘sustainable urban extension’ of St Neots, to add 2,800 homes to the Cambridge suburb.
BJD Investors and Developers have outlined plans for a residential led scheme having made a surprise acquisition of the eight-acre site of Derby’s former DRI hospital.
Grainger has accelerated its growth in the private rented sector (PRS) by agreeing to buy the share in GRIP REIT it didn’t already own from Dutch pension fund APG for £396m.
McCarthy & Stone’s revenue rose 2% over the last financial year to £672m but underlying operating profit at the retirement home builder fell 30% to £68m.
Westminster City Council has proposed that developers of large hotel and office schemes in its central zone provide on-site affordable housing, in the draft version of its new City Plan.
Irish property investment group Hibernia REIT has completed its largest land purchase to-date with the acquisition of two separate parcels in west Dublin, including 92.5 acres from the Irish Rugby Football Union.
Developer Thakeham has formed a joint venture with affordable housing provider Radian to develop more than 600 new homes in Pease Pottage, west Sussex.
The joint venture between Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust has agreed a £41m forward funding deal with Grainger to kick-off the first phase of its Hale Wharf redevelopment in Tottenham.
Future Generation, a joint venture between Southern Grove and Tadhamon Capital, has acquired The Cola Factory in Cork, Ireland, to develop a 600-bed student accommodation scheme.