Major office building in Chester nears completion

During the first week of September, the first building in Muse Developments, Chester was topped out.

One City Place contains 70,000 sq. ft. of premium office space that has been built to (more…)

Record numbers of retirement homes being built across the UK

Statistics released by the National House-Building Council (NHBC) show that (more…)

Deeside haulier moves to new £2.4m transport hub

Edge Transport, a Wrexham-based haulier, has announced that its new facilities on Deeside Industrial Estate are now ready.

The new, custom-built facility covers 6.2 acres and cost (more…)

RIBA welcomes the government’s commitment to house building

The Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) has reacted positively to the proposals related to housing in the Queen’s Speech.

On the May 28, Stephen Hodder, the President of RIBA, said in a (more…)

Call company to open ‘best’ Welsh office

Moneypenny has shared its plans to build an innovative new headquarters in Wrexham, North Wales.

The telephone answering firm is planning to spend £15m on a new home for up to (more…)

Plans for new Merseyside youth centre submitted

The designs for a new facility on the Wirral for young people have recently been submitted to the local borough council.

The proposal is to build a new youth zone in a central location on (more…)

Budget 2015 brings good news for first time buyers

George Osborne recently announced a new way for people to save for the deposit on their first home.

In his latest budget speech, the Chancellor unveiled a new government funded scheme that is designed to (more…)

Straw homes go on sale in UK

House hunters in Bristol were recently offered the chance to buy new dwellings made from straw.

The seven houses in Shirehampton, on the outskirts of the city, are (more…)

First-time buyers to be offered cut-price houses

The Government recently announced a new scheme to help young people secure a new starter home.

There will be 100,000 cut-price houses on offer, which will (more…)

Council gives go ahead for Saighton Camp scheme

After a difficult meeting, Cheshire West and Chester (CWAC) councillors approved an application for a further 120 homes to be built near a former army camp.

There was some reluctance to pass the Saighton Camp proposal, but it was (more…)

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