Brownfield land registers detailing previously used sites suitable for housebuilding will have to be drawn up by all local authorities under new measures announced by the Government.
Despite a rise in civil engineering projects and a "solid increase" in employment numbers, a slowdown in the housing sector saw growth in the UK construction industry lose its momentum in March, the latest statistics reveal.
Resident engagement is alive and well but its nature is changing, said Tpas as it revealed the findings of its national survey conducted earlier this year.
Oldham Council and Foxdenton LLP are to deliver a £100 million joint venture regeneration scheme in Foxdenton.
Crisis has spoken out against the use of punitive antisocial behaviour powers to disperse and move on homeless rough sleepers.
Cheshire-based developer Mulbury is to start work on six housing schemes in the North West of England worth around £42 million.
Gross mortgage lending reached £18.2bn in February, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has estimated; down 8% on January.
A homelessness charity has warned the Government is in danger of inflicting irreparable damage to supported housing for homeless people.
Young single people are being increasingly priced out of a home because of the gap between the help they receive towards housing costs and the actual rents they are charged, according to new research by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
There’s nowhere left in England where low-income workers could afford to rent or buy a home, according to the National Housing Federation (NHF), which begs the question – where are they going to live?