Rightmove and ONS published their house price indices this week, warning of imminent slowdowns in the UK housing market.
Michael Gove has stated that the Government’s target of 300,000 new homes a year is “difficult”, amidst a report which reveals huge gaps in worker supply.
Halifax and Zoopla warn of a slowdown in the housing market, as housebuilding output flatlines in May.
The Home Builders Federation has commissioned a report which questions the amount of nutrient-related pollution in new-build developments.
Housing Secretary Michael Gove casts doubt over the Government’s target of 300,000 homes a year by 2025, as construction output dips in April.
More housing developers signed up to the Governments Building Safety Pledge this week, as apprenticeship starts show signs of improving.
Developers in an additional 42 local authorities now required to meet nutrient neutrality obligations, as Mace release their tender price forecast.
Three volume housebuilders post strong results, as Nationwide and Zoopla both publish house price growth reports.
This week saw HBF Executive Chairman Stewart Baseley write to Michael Gove, to set out a three-point plan for resolving the cladding crisis.
Zoopla have reported a surge in buying demand, as house prices increase by 7.4% in the year. Meanwhile, further material price rises are announced by major manufacturers.