Consumer demand for building work remained resilient in the three months following the vote for Brexit, new figures from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) have revealed.
Labour MP Wes Streeting writes for PoliticsHome about his response to the Home Affairs Select Committee report into anti-semitism.
Commenting on the government’s decision to cancel plans for a secondary annuity market, Paul Green, director of communications at Saga, said:
Richard Beresford, chief executive of the National Federation of Builders (NFB), explains why the Government should take more time before triggering Article 50 and start negotiations to leave the European Union.
The Medical Defence Union (MDU) warns that a legal duty to report child abuse may introduce a delay to the detriment of children.
Rico Wojtulewicz of the House Builders Association calls for the Neighbourhood Planning Bill to recognise the critical role of SMEs in ensuring the delivery of the homes we need.
Charities are set to reap millions of pounds in tax benefits and enjoy full FCA regulation on their investments following the launch of a new fund structure.
The actions taken by the Department for Education since 2010 to improve the quality of help and protection services delivered by local authorities for children have not yet resulted in services being of good enough quality, according to the National Audit Office.
Saga's director of communications Paul Green responds to Gavin Barwell's comments that inheritance should skip a generation.
Housing and Planning Minister Gavin Barwell joined a fringe meeting at Conservative conference to discuss beauty; its role in both the built environment and the natural environment.
In response to the FCA's announcement today on its proposals for transaction cost disclosure, Jonathan Lipkin, Director of Public Policy, said:
The creation of a dedicated fund aimed at lending to SME house builders will help to tackle the housing crisis, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has said in response to an announcement by Philip Hammond and Sajid Javid at the Conservative Party Conference.
The partnership between the high street betting industry and British sport was celebrated at a Conservative Party Conference reception last night.
We respond to the Government’s homelessness statistics for Q2 2016
The British Lime Association (BLA) has published its 2015 Sustainable Development report. It demonstrates how the sector has continued to invest through challenging economic conditions to make UK lime production more efficient and sustainable.
Former housing minister John Healey MP called for a “new national deal” in the construction sector to achieve the level of house building required in the UK.
Yesterday five of the UK’s major housing associations discussed the future of housing supply and affordability with John Healey MP and deputy London mayor James Murray.
Andy Burnham MP, Clive Betts MP and Roberta Blackman Woods MP shared their perspectives on the key housing and planning challenges the UK currently faces at a Labour conference fringe event, hosted by CIOB, RIBA and RICS.
The Welsh Government has failed to see the importance of improving the energy efficiency of our homes, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) Cymru has said in response to the newly issued ‘Programme for Government.’
People are more likely to buy a property now than they were just before the Referendum result, the BSA’s Property Tracker results reveal.
Two thirds of SME house builders are struggling to identify land for development, according to new research from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
Paul Bogle, head of policy and research for the National Federation of Builders (NFB), took part to a round table on house building at the Liberal Democrat party conference in Brighton on 19 September. Tim Farron MP, leader of the Liberal Democrats, was among the guests.
Employees from Airbus Broughton took part in the 10th anniversary of the Big Dee Day on Friday, an annual clean-up of the River Dee.
Last night, Moat was granted Planning Permission for regeneration works at Pollards Hill in the London Borough of Merton. The £35m regeneration and development scheme represents a significant investment in Merton and the Pollards Hill community through the creation of new homes and the rejuvenation of existing homes.