By Richard Heap2010-07-13T17:51:00+01:00
Havering Council has appointed Countryside Properties and Notting Hill Housing Trust to build 170 new homes in Essex.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com visit: Havering appoints Countryside Properties in Essex
North West regeneration group Torus has launched its flagship £13m later-living project in St Helens, Merseyside.
A proposed residential development in Glasgow city centre was consumed by a large fire yesterday.
Barratt Developments said it expects to increase wholly-owned completions to between 16,000 and 16,250 homes in its year to June 2021, along with around 650 joint venture home completions.
The head of UK residential business talks about Covid, market trends and the future of estate agency
CPRE says an increase in countryside housing does not address the affordability crisis.
Retirement operators urged to address inconsistent messaging about services.
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