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Homeless Facility Ground-breaking in Seaforth
A project to help end homelessness in Seaforth, Emmaus Merseyside, has worked with Riverside, the Government Homes and Communities Agency and Sefton Borough Council to cement the development of a residential development due for completion in Spring 2015.
24 Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Former St Annes Town Mayor and MP Visit new development of affordable homes in Lytham St Annes
The former Mayor of St Annes on the Sea, Cllr Vivienne Willder and Fylde MP Mark Menzies were in Lytham St Annes last week to visit a new development of affordable homes.
24 Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Construction underway on new care home in Canterbury
Work has begun on a new state-of-the art care home in Canterbury.
24 Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Sixty Icon Association subsidiary loses repairs legal battle
Merton Priory Homes must pay for works by collapsed firm Connaught.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Elderly council tenant injured after falling four feet through uncovered access hole in her hallway
An elderly tenant was injured when she fell four feet through an access hole in her hallway that had been left uncovered by Renfrewshire Council workers.
Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Infrastructure bill will make zero carbon pledge so much hot air
The coalition has effectively discarded a pledge to make all new homes "zero-carbon" by 2016, as new legislation in the Queen's speech would not apply to housing built by small developers.
Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Sixty Icon Weighing up the risks
The answer to addressing access for gas safety checks could be as simple as getting to know your tenants better, says Elaine Gibson.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/06/2014

Infrastructure bill reforms will ‘put low carbon homes agenda back by 10 years'
Major concerns are being raised around environmental sustainability following today's Queens Speech, as timber industry groups attack proposals in the Infrastructure Bill which they say will put back the low carbon homes agenda by 10 years.
24 Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

Anglian Wins Knightstone Contract
Anglian wins five year window contract with Knightstone.
24 Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for Octavia Housing
Climate change will have a major impact on the performance of the UK’s social housing sector, which comprises 2.5 million housing units across 1500 social housing providers.
arcc - Posted 04/06/2014

Zero carbon exemption for small builders must be temporary
The exemption of small builders from Allowable Solutions measures on zero carbon homes must be temporary, a construction consultancy has said.
Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon Queen's Speech: Confirmation S106 to be scaled back on small developments
The ‘imposition’ of section 106 will be ‘scaled back’ on small-scale developments as part of the Infrastructure Bill, it has been announced today.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: A clear, impartial guide to Flooding
Flooding could seriously affect the value and amenity of your home or business premises.
RICS - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon Government plans to change zero carbon homes standard 'deeply worrying'
The UK Green Building Council says the government's plans to make 'small sites' exempt from the zero carbon homes standard is "deeply worrying".
24 Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

Eco living: the new face of sustainable design
A new crop of British designers shows that sustainable doesn’t have to mean kaftans and incense.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 04/06/2014

Wienerberger partners with national sustainability benchmarking group
Wienerberger, the leading supplier of wall, roof and landscaping innovations, has announced that it has become a corporate partner of Sustainable Homes, the UK’s leading organisation in the promotion of sustainability improvements for the built environment.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon Why new home providers are banking on the prefab
Factory-built units helped to solve the postwar housing shortage. Could they help dig Britain out of its current crisis?
The Guardian - Posted 04/06/2014

UK construction unexpectedly falls to seven-month low
A slowdown in commercial and house building in May suggest an easing in the UK's property market.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 04/06/2014

Sixty Icon UK construction industry still booming despite dip in May
Markit/CIPS construction PMI slips as growth slows in commercial space such as offices, shops and warehouses.
The Guardian - Posted 04/06/2014

Knowsley Housing Trust announces £11.3 million investment and improvement programme
Knowsley Housing Trust (KHT), part of the First Ark Group, is spending £11.3 million on an investment and improvement programme to maintain and upgrade the homes and facilities of its tenants throughout 2014 and into 2015.
Housing - Posted 04/06/2014

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