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Work starts on new town centre homes
Work has started on a £4.4 million affordable housing development in Stafford town centre.
Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Sixty Icon Mayor: Government must scrap cap and let councils build new homes
The coalition government must scrap rules that stop councils from building new housing, a mayor has claimed.
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Scrap the cap and let us build, says London Councils
The body representing the 33 London boroughs has told the Government it must scrap the rules it says prevent local authorities from building new homes.
Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Liverpool's 5,000 New Homes Target Is On Track
Liverpool is on-track to deliver the ambitious new homes target set by the Mayor. - Posted 06/02/2014

Lawyer builds £1m house out of her own pocket
After rogue builders cost her £160,000, Carol Sullivan enrolled on bricklaying course and began constructing four-bedroom house from scratch.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 06/02/2014

Eco living: clever tricks for saving energy in the home
Good insulation and efficient use of heat will make your life more relaxing and save you money.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 06/02/2014

Gas fault blamed for 'nasty' blast
Firefighters believe a domestic gas fault is likely to have caused an explosion which destroyed two houses and injured 10 people.
London Evening Standard - Posted 06/02/2014

Top Five Tips for Saving on your Heating Bills
In support of Big Energy Saving Week 2014 Sanctuary Maintenance, a national property maintenance company, have pulled together the top five tips for keeping your home warm throughout the winter months, whilst cutting heating costs.
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Social landlords announce repairs and maintenance partnership
Two Worcestershire housing associations have announced a repairs and maintenance partnership, which they predict could save £7 million over the next ten years.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

Social landlords boosting Liverpool mayor's new homes drive
Social landlords in Liverpool are helping the city's mayor to meet his ambitious housebuiling targets.
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2014

New homes for Hartlepool
Work has begun on a project which will create 25 affordable homes for older people – including three accessible to wheelchair users – in the north of Hartlepool.
Bdaily - Posted 06/02/2014

New office will save money and the environment
A new office in Newent is on track to become one of the most energy-efficient commercial buildings in Gloucestershire.
Two Rivers Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon 'UK's poorest failed by government's carbon reduction scheme'
Some of the UK’s poorest households are being failed by the government’s energy companies obligation scheme, an organisation has claimed.
24 Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon 'Cost sharing' opens the door for repair and maintenance savings
Two Worcestershire-based housing associations have come together to create a ground-breaking ‘cost-sharing’ initiative that could result in savings of around £7 million over the next ten years.
Rooftop Housing Group - Posted 05/02/2014

Suspected gas explosion in shared ownership property leaves 10 hospitalised
A suspected gas explosion in an Essex council shared ownership property has left ten people hurt.
Inside Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon Mayor's 5,000 new homes pledge on-track
Liverpool is on-track to deliver the ambitious new homes target set by the Mayor.
Liverpool Express - Posted 05/02/2014

Energy efficient property: the lure of the 'nil-bill' home
Woodchip boilers, bio-digesters and boreholes are increasingly sought after, as agents report a shift in attitudes towards energy efficient houses.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon 'Schindler's List' estate to lead housing revolution
Planning minister Nick Boles, in partnership with Berkeley Homes, has launched report to be used by the construction industry as a blueprint to overhaul Britian's shabby estates.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 05/02/2014

Gloucester City Homes launches new Handylink Service
Residents living in a Gloucester City Homes property will be able to benefit from a new repair service.
Gloucester Citizen - Posted 05/02/2014

Green light given to Cotgrave new homes
A new community of homes at the site of a former colliery in Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire, has been given the green light after detailed planning approval has been issued by Rushcliffe Borough Council.
Housing - Posted 05/02/2014

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