A recent report’s finding that the UK doesn’t need more housing supply is challenging long-held assumptions
The £600m recently granted for housing infrastructure is a leap forward for local authorities and need not shut out the private sector either
Where’s the work and who is doing it in this growing sector
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick and housing minister Esther McVey look set to focus on driving up homeownership – but Brexit hangs over funding decisions
The commission’s interim findings address questions of planning and engagement but there’s less about resource
Managing director Robin Butler on quality, reliability, and how to get what you want from housebuilders
What investment in housing does the industry need from the government – and what is it likely to get?
Analysis: What plans the rival Tory leadership candidates could have for built environment policy
The blaze at a Building Regs-compliant, timber-clad residential block prompts searching questions
The initial findings of the UK2070 Commission inquiry into city and regional inequalities confirm what we already know. So what are we doing about it?
A time-constrained project for military housing is an exemplar of collaboration between rival timber frame firms
Housing associations’ increased dependence on revenue from private sales could leave them over-exposed to market fluctuation
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