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Berkeley halts investment in new development due to planning and regulation concerns


Housebuilder to focus instead on “financial strength” in “volatile and unsupportive” operating environment


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What happens to housing development plans when a council goes ‘bankrupt’?

By Olivia Barber

When a section 114 ‘bankruptcy’ notice is put in place, a council’s non-statutory services are restricted and housebuilding ’goes to the back of the queue’. Yet the growing number of councils in this situation are finding ways to carry on building.

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Housing association accounts 2022/23 coverage all in one place

The deadline for most housing associations to publish their annual accounts has now passed. Here are all our reports as the biggest developing providers revealed their figures from a year of difficult choices and rising costs

  • CPD 08 2023: Rainscreen facade system regulations

  • A new and anti-loneliness model for later living: How a charity connects older residents with the community

  • Housing block uses ROCKWOOL non-combustible insulation for recladding

  • Retrofitting homes can help tackle social housing’s damp and mould problem too

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What will the UK’s life sciences boom mean for housing?

The British life sciences industry is attracting record levels of investment and now housing developers are looking to take advantage of the opportunities

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