The TCPA’s proposed 10-point standards for new homes are supported by many but also raise cost concerns
How does this housing development that was instigated and managed by residents work in practice?
Calls for the reform, review or even extension of permitted development rights are prompting a reevaluation of the policy’s effect
Persimmon’s offer of retentions to customers and a government-appointed ombudsman only offer partial solutions
Interest has ebbed in the former ‘gateway’ to London – but infrastructure investment could get things flowing
Employers’ efforts to secure affordable accommodation for staff are creating new housing models
The CPRE’s recent audit of brownfield sites highlights their potential, but there are other factors to consider
The chancellor’s announcement of a new green housing target sounded big on ambition, but light on detail. What could it involve?
After six years of cheap loans for homebuyers, Help to Buy is being wound down. How will housebuilders cope with the change?
There’s a buzz about build to rent right now, but does the data prove it’s a significant market?
Uncertainty is compounding the downturn, with housing associations affected as well as volume housebuilders
The facts and figures on all the big players and disruptors in the sector – and what they’re doing now and next
Oliver Letwin’s review into build-out rates espouses a more varied approach to development. But some fear his proposals are too complex