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Sixty Icon Builder sees high demand for homes
A regional housebuilder is bullish about its future prospects after recording a 50% jump in pre-tax profits.
East Anglian Daily Times - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon John Penrose calls for developers to pay council tax on unused sites
The government should have the power to levy council tax on building sites straight after a developer gets planning permission, a former Cabinet Office minister has suggested, claiming that it would help to speed up the supply of new homes.
The Times (register) - Posted 11/01/2018

Major Build To Rent provider strengthens housing team with key hire
Legal & General - one of the country’s largest players in the burgeoning Build To Rent sector - has made a key hire from residential landlord Grainger.
Letting Agent Today - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Kier scoops Christmas number one with 38-deal haul
Kier bagged 38 deals in December to top the contractor league for the second time in three months, the latest contract data has revealed.
Construction News (register) - Posted 11/01/2018

Roman burial site with 300 graves discovered on land earmarked for homes near Bristol
Archaeological investigations are underway after Roman burial site on land earmarked for homes found on outskirts of village.
Bristol Post - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Interserve sees higher 2018 profit outlook on lower costs
British construction and services company Interserve (IRV.L), which issued multiple profit warnings last year, on Wednesday forecast better-than-expected operating profit for 2018, sending its shares up as much as 20 percent.
Reuters - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland constructor's £11.3m debts won't be paid after takeover
Creditors of Northern Ireland construction firm McMullen Facades who are owed a total of £11.3m will not be paid after it went bust before being bought over, it has emerged.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Taylor Wimpey cheers ‘solid’ housing market in spite of Brexit fears
Taylor, the UK’s third biggest housebuilder, said it saw “good demand and trading” throughout 2017 and expects further growth in the year ahead.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Government admits plans in place for Carillion collapse
Preparations have been made for failure of UK’s second largest construction firm as crunch talks with creditors continue.
The Guardian - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Haringey plans new heating system for large panel towers
Haringey Council has presented residents with options for a new heating system in tower blocks declared unsafe after post-Grenfell checks, but have left the gas on for now.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/01/2018

Taylor Wimpey punished by investors despite solid performance
Fears are growing that new homes boom may be ending.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 11/01/2018

Build 'rain gardens' to prevent floods, says Wildlife Trusts
New homes should be built with “rain gardens” to prevent future flooding, the Wildlife Trusts has said.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 11/01/2018

Persimmon expects pre-tax profits ahead of market forecasts
UK housebuilding giant Persimmon has announced it expects pre-tax profits for 2017 to be “modestly ahead” of market expectations, following significant revenue growth.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Student housing boom helps double Broadley Group’s turnover
A boom in student housing in Leeds has helped construction firm the Broadley Group double turnover and staff in the last year.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 10/01/2018

Construction due to start on Whelley Hospital, Wigan.
Following demolition of Whelley Hospital in 2010, planning has been granted for 38no 3 and 2-bed houses with associated access, parking and landscape proposals.
24 Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Tarmac buys Welsh civils contractor Alun Griffiths
Materials giant Tarmac has bought £160m turnover regional civil engineering contractor Alun Griffiths (Contractors).
Construction Enquirer - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon “Biggest contraction since August 2012” as UK construction output shrinks again
UK construction output decreased by 2% in the three-month period ending November 2017, representing the sixth consecutive three-month period of decline and the biggest contraction since August 2012, according to official statistics revealed today.
Global Construction Review - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Committee chair: combustible materials on tower blocks ‘cannot be right’
It “cannot be right” that combustible materials should still be used on high-rise buildings, the chair of the Communities and Local Government Committee has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/01/2018

Taylor Wimpey blasts minister turmoil for UK housebuilders
Chopping and changing at the top of Government is bad news for stability, the head of housebuilder Taylor Wimpey said on Wednesday.
London Evening Standard - Posted 10/01/2018

Taylor Wimpey predicts 3-4% building cost this year
Britain’s second biggest volume house builder Taylor Wimpey is predicting building cost inflation to remain around 3-4% as the sector continues to experience supply chain pressure.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 10/01/2018

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