The Inspectors Report has rubbished the GLA’s small sites plans as ‘undeliverable’
Ilke Homes boss David Sheridan spells out how the modular housebuilding operation will realise its ambitions
The single percentage point hike in the Public Works Loan Board’s lending rate may still sound like a good deal but is causing headaches
The joint venture between Ikea and Skanska announced a deal for 200 homes in Bristol earlier this month, and last week it revealed plans on Housing Today to open a UK factory. So, what do we know about the business, and what can we expect?
Housebuilders are increasingly being called on to carry out infrastructure projects
What do changes to energy regulations mean for housebuilders – and does construction have the means to carry out the plans?
The Labour Party wants to boost investment in housing to £10bn, but how radical is that proposal – and its many others?
Homeownership is in the prime minister’s sights as he plans for a snap election
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
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