How the Autumn Budget 2018 will impact housebuilders

How the Autumn Budget 2018 will impact housebuilders

Here is a summary of the key points that the chancellor announced in his Autumn Budget 2018 that are particularly relevant for those in the Housebuilding Industry… The Help to Buy scheme will be extended to run until March 2023 The Help to Buy scheme, designed to...
Industry Update – 29th October 2018

Industry Update – 29th October 2018

Reports highlight that approvals of planning permissions are being granted at record high levels, as confirmed by the recent “Housing Pipeline” report from HBF and Glenigan. The report states that permissions for more than 350,000 new homes were granted in England in...
Industry Update – 22nd October 2018

Industry Update – 22nd October 2018

The sum of £248 million has been allocated by the government towards the costs involved in social sector landlords removing and replacing the unsafe ACM (Aluminium Composite M) cladding. This applies to any social sector housing high-rise building which is defined as...
Industry Update – 15th October 2018

Industry Update – 15th October 2018

The government is launching a consultation relating to their decision to improve leasehold positions on new builds. The Communities Secretary, James Brokenshire, will deliver the proposition today (15th October). It is widely expected to outline significant changes...
Industry Update – 8th October 2018

Industry Update – 8th October 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement that the government plans to lift the house building “borrowing cap” on councils was widely welcomed by both industry experts and local authorities. Although well received, May’s announcement at the Conservative Party...