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Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties has posted a 46% rise in pre-tax profit in its maiden annual results for the year to the end of May.
Cording Real Estate Group has appointed Clarion Housing’s head of development for the South as its new head of delivery for UK residential as it continues to grow its private rented sector (PRS) team.
Singaporean property group Centurion Corporation is set to buy its tenth student accommodation asset in the UK, acquiring the 133-bed Castle Gate Haus in Nottingham for £10.2m.
Pocket Living has appointed a new chief financial officer, Paul Rickard, as well as announcing that co-founder Paul Harbard will retire in 2019.
Councils should consider applying covenants that require owners of build-to-rent developments to make more affordable housing contributions if they offer units for private sale soon after completion, according to new government planning guidance.
Leeds City Council has given the green light to X1 South Bank, a £210m mixed-use development in the city centre.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has told the government that house prices could fall by as much as 35% in the three years after a no-deal Brexit, according to reports.
Triple Point Social Housing REIT had reported a slight increase in net asset value for the six months to 30 June.
Transport for London (TfL) has begun its search for a private sector joint venture partner to help it deliver 3,000 build-to-rent homes.
Residential Land’s head of investments Emma Whitby-Smith has called for a cut in stamp duty in this autumn’s Budget, after it was revealed that receipts had slumped in the second quarter
Local authorities should stop buying commercial property and start providing loans to SME housebuilders, according to LendInvest’s founder Ian Thomas.