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Owning a home is cheaper than renting in all areas of the UK

Potential first-time buyers would have lower monthly outgoings if they bought a property rather than renting one, reveals new research from Santander Mortgages.  In every region of the UK, average monthly rental prices surpass average mortgage repayments. The research shows... View Article

Designer Contracts awards long-serving employees

Designer Contracts, the UK’s largest flooring contractor, has acknowledged 65 long-serving members of staff with special awards, as it celebrates its 25th year in business. The company, which has grown rapidly over the past 25 years, treated five of the... View Article

Gardens grow with new homes development

A leading Shropshire company has returned to its established development in Oswestry to build new homes for downsizers and others looking for convenient town centre living. Shrewsbury-based Morris Property will build nine two-bedroom bungalows in the heart of the market town at... View Article

Britain shows sign of adopting German housing model

Of the estimated 17 million renters in the UK, over two thirds (70 per cent or 12 million adults) have no plans to purchase a property, reveals new research by landlord insurer Direct Line for Business. The research shows Britain is... View Article

Thirteen Pride in the Job awards for Barratt Scotland

Thirteen site managers at Barratt Scotland developments carried home awards from Friday’s National House Building Council’s (NHBC) Pride in the Job Quality Awards. Six site managers from the North of Scotland, three from the West and four from the East... View Article

Time for a Home Change at Nelson’s Park

A leading housebuilder has thrown a lifeline to people desperate to move up the housing ladder, with its bespoke part exchange schemes. The assistance schemes, offered by Persimmon Homes Anglia at its Nelson’s Park development in North Walsham, help buyers... View Article

LK2 extends Lincs Team with new hire

Lincoln-based architectural firm LK2 has expanded its team with a new senior architectural technologist as part of its ambitious growth plans. Richard Kettleborough joins the team with more than 15 years’ experience in the industry, having worked on a multitude... View Article

London Festival of Architecture 2018: Walks and tours

Walks and tours are a perenially popular element of the London Festival of Architecture programme: opportunities to get out and about, experience buildings that may or may not be familiar, and to learn more about the fascinating city around us.... View Article
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