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  • UK Housing Review 2011-2012


    UK Housing Review 2011-2012 Celebrating twenty years of publishing comprehensive housing statistics, the latest UK Housing Review again provides a key resource for busy managers and policy-makers across both public and private housing sectors.

  • Warning of 30 per cent house price fall


    Warning of 30 per cent house price fall Rising interest rates will see house prices fall sharply by between 25 and 30 per cent, Chief Economics Leader writer for The Times, Oliver Kamm, told a major housing event in Brighton yesterday (9 March). He

  • Times letter: The poor state of the nations housing stock


    Prevention is better and more cost effective for us all, than cure. Yours, Howard Farrand President, Chartered Institute of Housing Stephen Battersby President, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

  • Sarah Webb on BBC Breakfast report on housing market renewal


    Sarah Webb on BBC Breakfast report on housing market renewal Sarah Webb was interviewed as part of a report broadcast on Monday 7 March on the housing market renewal pathfinder programme. This was a fifteen year programme that started in 2002 and has

  • Rising housing costs for generation rent put home ownership decades away


    Cost of deposit by region based on 20% of average price for 2-bed dwelling by region – source Hometrack. Cost of mortgage repayments based on 5% rate on 80% LTV of average regional house price for 2-bed dwelling. 3. YouGov survey. 2011 study: All

  • Mortgage lending to remain flat, housing sector told


    Levels of satisfaction in the quality of new homes were higher than ever, but he held out little hope of a significant increase in housing ‘starts’ by builders in the near future. *ENDS* The UK Housing Review Briefing by Hal Pawson and Steve

  • CIH comments on first-time buyers summit


    If we are to get the economy moving again we need sensible mortgage lending to underpin a healthy housing market.” *ENDS*