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UK housebuilders hit out at critics for "providing excuses" to Nimbys
The housing industry will hit out against its critics today, arguing that developers are doing their bit to solve the UK’s housing crisis.
City A.M. - Posted 21/03/2018

Otago Lane site sold on to housing developers
The land, which has been purchased by Queensberry Properties (QPL), has planning consent for 45 apartments and four townhouses.
Glasgow Live - Posted 20/03/2018

Work Starts On New Affordable Family Homes At Rochdale
Rochdale is set for new, much needed affordable family homes, with work starting on a new development at Ramsey Terrace.
Business Up North - Posted 20/03/2018

Growth Board announces first round of projects to receive Housing & Growth Deal funding
The Oxfordshire Growth Board has published details of the first round of infrastructure projects to receive funding in year one of the five year Oxfordshire Housing & Growth Deal, signed last month.
Oxford City Council - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Bellway on track to build more than 10,000 homes this year
UK housebuilder defies industry-wide material shortage and weaker pound to deliver record number of homes.
The Guardian - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Cladding specialist Cover Structure goes into administration
Leeds based cladding specialist Cover Structure has fallen into administration.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon London councils to set up modular housing company
A collaboration between around 16 London boroughs is set to establish a company to deliver modular housing for use as temporary accommodation.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Kier clinches £57m student village for Warwick Uni
The University of Warwick has signed up Kier to build a £57m student village close to the main campus in Coventry.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Manchester secures 70 specialist support homes
Major investment in helping people with learning difficulties live independently.
24 Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Competition: Ayrshire Housing
Ayrshire Housing has launched a new £2 million architecture framework for new affordable residential developments.
Architects Journal (register) - Posted 20/03/2018

An affordable housing scheme is being built in Croxley
The mayor of Watford visited the site of a £6million affordable housing development which is due to be completed in the spring.
Watford Observe - Posted 20/03/2018

Contractor cites Grenfell fallout as reason for profit dip
A social housing contractor has blamed factors including delays to work in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster for falling revenue and profits last year.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Rental Tax Hikes Harming Levels of Housebuilding
A major house-builder has blamed, in part, the recent tax increases on private landlords as a reason for not increasing the number of houses it has been building.
Landlord News - Posted 20/03/2018

Bellway profits boosted by ‘robust’ housing market
Housebuilder Bellway has cheered a double-digit rise in profits as Britain’s “robust” housing market helped it sell more homes at a higher price.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 20/03/2018

First phase completed at £13.5m development of new council homes in Aberdeen
The first homes in an 80 property development of new Aberdeen City Council houses at Manor Walk have been handed over to tenants.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Lendlease and McLaren win £1bn Manchester St John’s scheme
Allied London has confirmed its construction partners to deliver the ambitious £1bn high-rise St John’s scheme in Manchester.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Mears chases £2bn bid pipeline after profits weaken
Housing maintenance and care home specialist Mears saw profits and revenue slide after a challenging year caused by a hiatus in planned maintenance work in the wake of the Grenfell disaster.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Tulloch Homes sees 'robust' housing market
The Inverness-headquartered housebuilder reports a rise in profits despite a dip in turnover. - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon How do you ensure your procurement is robust?
The collapse of Carillion has shown yet again that arrangements for buying in services and goods must be robust. Greg Campbell gives his top tips.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

Sixty Icon Government fire expert signed certificate saying 'Class 0' cladding could be used on high rises
A government fire safety expert signed a certificate saying cladding with the same rating as that used on Grenfell was permitted on tall buildings under official guidance.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/03/2018

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