Government gives councils extra rough sleeper support

The Government is giving an extra £10 million to councils to find accommodation for rough sleepers throughout the lockdown period and ensure they are registered with a GP. The Government has said this will ensure more people can be protected... View Article

No increase in regulator’s fees from April

Social landlords in England have been informed that they will not be facing an increase in their fees payable to the regulator in the next financial year. The Regulator of Social Housing has written to all registered providers saying the... View Article

A message to you, Rishi

Next week, the Chancellor of the Exchequer will announce his hotly anticipated 2021 Spring Budget statement. Against the backdrop of falling Covid numbers but increasingly challenging import/export shenanigans, a persistent housing crisis, tough climate agenda and expensive Furlough Scheme, he’ll... View Article

Stride Trelgown becomes a B Corp Pioneer

Stride Treglown has announced it has successfully achieved B Corporation (B Corp) certification. The practice is the second and largest UK architect and one of only a handful of firms in the UK built environment sector to join the B... View Article

Smart construction: What does the future hold?

As the world of technology and construction develops, we are edging closer to the future science fiction envisioned. We may not be gliding around on hoverboards quite yet, but if the construction industry is anything to go by, there are... View Article

Taylor&Emmet introduces free empty homes training

Taylor&Emmet LLP is marking Empty Homes Week (February 15-21) by offering free training to the public sector, via a virtual platform. The sessions are being provided by the firm’s specialist inheritance tracing and empty homes team, which helps organisations address... View Article