West Midlands self-build scoops national awards

A self-builder based in Kinver, Staffordshire has wowed judges and received national awards for her (more…)

New affordable homes revealed for Scotland

Council heads for Perth and Kinross have now announced plans to construct around 1,400 brand-new (more…)

Call for UK ministers to create homes for heroes

The UK government is now being urged to build 250,000 brand-new homes for key workers to reward them for their efforts amidst (more…)

UK town experiences record housebuilding levels

Northwest of London, Hertfordshire’s Watford has reached record-breaking levels in the number of brand-new homes being built, according to (more…)

Permission granted to build 182 homes

A residential project in Swindon, Wiltshire has received full planning approval to construct 182 new homes on site. (more…)

Staffordshire housing project plans approved

A new housing scheme to be based in Tamworth, Staffordshire had reached the planning application stage for phase three, when the council committee asked for amendments. The residential developers altered their submission, and it has met with a green light from council members, who voted (more…)

Eco friendly Bristol apartment block gets green light

Submitted plans for an apartment block with three storeys and multiple eco conscious features have now been awarded approval from (more…)

Oxford office with ski slope roofing receives approval

An Oxford office building with a wavy roof resembling a ski slope has been given the green light by council planners. The submission for the new structure was originally rejected by local council members, who felt planning rights should be refused on (more…)

Green light granted to Salford housing scheme

The most extensive housing development scheme that Salford has seen for around 50 years has been given the go ahead by local (more…)

Extra care residential project almost complete

A Wirral housing scheme providing extra care is now nearing completion, with construction of 78 new apartments almost (more…)

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