Light at the end of the lockdown tunnel, the new government-backed mortgage guarantee scheme, and the stamp duty holiday have all played their part in driving up the volume of property completions across England and Wales, according to new data from Landmark Information Group.
Newly released insight from BuildScan has revealed which areas of the nation have seen housebuilders take their foot off the gas in the last five years where housing delivery is concerned.
New build property across England and Wales was 9.5 times the average salary in 2020, improving for the third year in a row, according to the latest figures released by Paragon.
With the UK housing market booming its way through the pandemic, newly released research has revealed that four in ten first-time buyers have now taken advantage of the Stamp Duty Holiday.
The unprecedented events of 2020 meant that people were faced with the reality of large swathes of time in their homes, getting up close and personal with the size of their living rooms, and their access or lack of, to outdoor open space.
The government is set to revise its proposals for controversial planning reforms in England, after new housing targets prompted a backlash amongst some senior Conservative MPs
US private equity giant Lone Star has made an offer to acquire McCarthy & Stone in a deal that values the UK retirement housebuilder at around £630 million.
Partnership plans to build homes at 20 of its sites across the UK
Building of cheaper housing could be almost halved in some areas of England, analysis suggests
Five months after saying it would look into the scandal, the CMA says the firms to be probed are Barratt Developments, Countryside Properties, Persimmon Homes and Taylor Wimpey.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has committed £1.3 billion to deliver up to 45,000 homes, create 85,000 jobs, upgrade skills and improve infrastructure as part of government plans to deliver a green economic recovery from Covid-19.
Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick, recently announced new rules to planning following the PM's £5bn pledge to "Build, build, build" as part of the government's economic fight against Covid-19.
Activity picking up, with regional variations, and land values have remained robust but payment terms have lengthened.
Small pension funds and other institutional investors lack the opportunities to invest in the residential market, according to a new report.
Swathes of planning 'red tape' are to be swept aside to help builders construct on brownfield sites more easily as Bojo declares war on 'newt counting'.
Legal & General has committed £21.6m to its partnership with Croydon Council to provide homes for families on the waiting list in the borough.
£57bn worth of new homes have hit the market in the last year. Newly released research from new homes specialists, Stone Real Estate, takes a look at where is currently home to the most lucrative new build markets for UK housebuilders.
There is huge demand for more homes to be built.
More people are living alone and growing numbers of young people are living with their parents because they cannot afford their own place.
Building new homes on flood plains in England should be resisted if at all possible, the head of the Environment Agency Sir James Bevan has said.
More than a million homes were not built after planning permissions were granted in the past decade.
Some 564,600 units have been granted planning permission by councils since 2009/10 but only 1,530,680 units were completed in the same period.
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