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.
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.
Halifax and Zoopla published their house price indices this week, as inflation causes a record number of construction companies to go out of business.
More housing developers signed up to the Governments Building Safety Pledge this week, as apprenticeship starts show signs of improving.
The Construction Leadership Council has issued a report on how the industry can mitigate the impact of the Ukraine crisis on material supply.
Rishi Sunak delivered his Spring Statement this week, whilst the HBF reveal their latest Customer Survey Satisfaction results.
This week saw HBF Executive Chairman Stewart Baseley write to Michael Gove, to set out a three-point plan for resolving the cladding crisis.
The ONS have revealed that house prices rose by almost 11% in 2021, as Gove tells developers they could be blocked from building if they do not assist in cladding remediation.
Jennie Daly becomes the first woman CEO of a FTSE 100 housebuilder, as other developers post strong half-year results.
The Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ white paper is finally published. What does it say about housing in the UK?