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Sixty Icon Thousands of homes could be built on London rooftops, says study
Property developers in Greenwich and Lewisham could be sitting on a land with scope to build nearly 19,000 more homes, a new study has claimed.
London Evening Standard - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon Mitie: Turnaround is costlier than expected
Outsourcer Mitie on Friday admitted the cost of its turnaround will be higher than thought, and Carillion’s demise wasn’t helping either.
London Evening Standard - Posted 18/03/2018

Number of homeowners carrying out home improvements rather than moving increases five-fold, study finds
How to make sure your renovation is worth it.
The Independent - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon Former Carillion finance directors expected to face investigation
FRC understood to have agreed there are sufficient grounds for inquiry into conduct of Richard Adam and Zafar Khan.
The Guardian - Posted 18/03/2018

Work begins on new homes
Work has begun on 29 homes in Midland Road, West Town by Medesham Homes, a joint development company between Peterborough City Council and Cross Keys Homes.
Peterborough Telegraph - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon Welwyn Hatfield Council celebrates 10 years with contractor
Welwyn Hatfield Council has celebrated 10 years of partnering with its repairs contractor Mears.
Welwyn Hatfield Times - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Camden Council discovers new work needed to make Chalcots Estate safe
Camden Council has discovered that further work is needed on the exterior of five tower blocks on its Chalcots Estate to make them safe.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Anger as vulnerable residents told to pay £854 for emergency pull cords
Angry residents believe they have been ‘ripped off’ by the installation of a new pull cord system for vulnerable residents.
The News - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Newham Council appoints cladding removal contractor
An east London borough with three tower blocks clad in dangerous materials has appointed a contractor to carry out remedial works.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Berkeley says it is unable to increase production
One of the UK’s largest house builders is on track to deliver its five-year profit target by 2021 but is unwilling to go beyond planned production, it announced today.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon ‘Empower’ tower block tenants to ensure homes are safe
Housing law expert says block safety can no longer be taken on trust after Grenfell fire door fails resistance test.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon The rise of combustibles
Next week, Inside Housing will publish The Paper Trail – an investigation into how the system of building regulation led to Grenfell.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon London’s affordable homes target missed by 6,000
Even the £3.1bn funding from government hasn’t helped the Mayor of London hit housing target.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Berkeley unable to boost construction of new homes
Housing giant Berkeley is warning that market conditions are hampering any plans to boost construction of new homes beyond current levels.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 16/03/2018

Trade body launches new ‘Ventilation Contractor’ membership to tackle excess moisture in buildings
Membership applications are now being accepted for a new trade body group, set up to improve ventilation and air quality in UK homes.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Balfour Beatty wins £200m London student/office scheme
Balfour Beatty has scooped the contract to build a £200m a mixed-used development in the heart of the City of London for student accommodation specialist Urbanest.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 16/03/2018

Sixty Icon Kier says on track for double-digit profit growth in 2018
Kier Group (KIE.L) on Thursday said it was on track to deliver double-digit profit growth in 2018, helped by a strong order book at its construction and services business.
Reuters - Posted 16/03/2018

Fewer Europeans searching for UK construction jobs
The fall in interest from abroad has not been matched by an increase in searches for construction jobs in the UK.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

‘Issue’ found with Grenfell fire doors
An issue has been identified with a fire door installed at Grenfell Tower. Government is undertaking further investigations.
24 Housing - Posted 16/03/2018

Housing Minister launches 130 new affordable homes in Castlemilk
Residents in a development of 130 new affordable homes in Castlemilk told Scotland’s Housing Minister today how their new houses had changed their lives.
Glasgow Housing Association Ltd. (GHA) - Posted 16/03/2018

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