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Sixty Icon Persimmon chief says he deserves £110m bonus
Housebuilder’s CEO collects first £50m of shares amid row over scheme that could see 140 senior staff sharing £500m payout.
The Guardian - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon England’s Largest District Ground Source System Breaks New Ground
The UK’s pioneer of domestic district ground source heat pump systems, Kensa Contracting, has secured the contract to deliver England’s largest shared ground loop heat pump system with ENGIE.
Kensa Heat Pumps - Posted 10/01/2018

Customers flock to Persimmon
Housebuilder Persimmon reported healthy demand for new homes and said it has seen no impact from falling consumer confidence as customers flock to buy its houses.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Aldermore ups SME housebuilder loan cap to £25m
Aldermore has boosted support from smaller developers by more than doubling its maximum property development loan.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Reform 'retentions' to help building firms hit top gear ahead of Brexit, MP says
Construction firms are being held back by the “restrictive and grossly unfair” practice of retentions at a time when the industry needs to be operating in top gear ahead of Brexit, a Tory MP has said.
Mail Online - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Haringey Council considers JV and bond for refurbishment
Haringey Council is considering establishing a joint venture (JV) for housing acquisition and refurbishment, which could raise £95m on the bond market.
Inside Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Elderly residents housebound over Christmas as sheltered housing lift breaks
Elderly residents living in sheltered accommodation in Putney were left housebound over Christmas after a lift stopped working.
Wandsworth Guardian - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Industrial round-up - Mears housing workers strike in Manchester
Mears housing workers have launched a series of strikes over pay.
Socialist Worker - Posted 09/01/2018

Calls for more action to improve maintenance of tenement properties
Greater action to encourage owners to repair and maintain the condition of tenement properties across Scotland, including stairwells, roofs, masonry and external walls, will be debated by MSPs at Holyrood today.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Affordable housing and studio concept wins RIBA contest for decommissioned gasholders
London studio Outpost has won a contest seeking ideas for how disused gasholders could be repurposed across the UK, with its concept for a ring of affordable housing and workspaces.
Dezeen - Posted 09/01/2018

Building materials: constructive criticism
Gloomy metrics overshadow sales and share gains.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

Persimmon boss defends £110m shares bonanza
The housebuilding boss at the centre of a firestorm over a potential £110 million shares payout, on Tuesday claimed the controversial scheme had done “exactly what it was set out to do".
London Evening Standard - Posted 09/01/2018

Sixty Icon Building regulations review urged to ‘reflect on concerns’
Review chair told: “It cannot be right to continue to permit the use of combustible materials on high-rise buildings”.
24 Housing - Posted 09/01/2018

Scottish housebuilding sector ‘performing well despite Brexit’
The Scottish housebuilding sector is performing well despite the political and economic pressures threatened by Brexit, according to independent Scottish law firm Gillespie Macandrew which has transacted nearly £148 million worth of new build plot sales in the last 12 months.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 09/01/2018

Healthy housing market sees sales soar
Persimmon has confirmed a revenue of £3.4bn for 2017, up 9% on last year, as demand for housing continues to grow.
BQ - Posted 09/01/2018

Persimmon grows 9%
House-builder Persimmon is set to surpass expectations when it announces its 2017 results next month.
The Construction Index - Posted 09/01/2018

Profits at Persimmon to come in ahead of forecasts
Revenues at the group rose 9% to £3.42 billion in 2017, with completion volumes growing 6% to 16,043.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 09/01/2018

Dire decorating by previous council tenants sparks housing delay
New residents face delays as workers battle to renovate properties with lurid coloured walls and superglued plaster.
Daily Post - Posted 09/01/2018

Carillion 'minder' missing amid financial woes
A key government role managing the relationship between Whitehall and Carillion on its public contracts was left vacant for months last year despite the contractor’s financial problems.
Construction News (register) - Posted 09/01/2018

Work starts on Boston's £100m flood barrier scheme
The Environment Agency said the scheme would help protect more than 14,000 properties in the area from tidal flooding.
BBC - Posted 09/01/2018

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