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Birmingham City Council has awarded planning permission for the construction of various new homes in Birmingham as part of the new £70m Longbridge town centre development, which forms a major component of the wider £1bn regeneration of the former MG Rover site.
Property has long been considered to be a good investment, and with many pundits projecting future house price growth, now could be a particularly good time to invest in the residential property market. This is certainly the case as far as buying new homes are concerned, according to John Elliott, managing director of Millwood Designer Homes.
There is now just one new build home at Larkfleet Homes' The Coppice development in Deeping St James, Lincolnshire, remaining for sale, illustrating the development's popularity among homebuyers.
Taymouth Castle has been granted planning consent by the Perth and Kinross Council to build an exclusive collection of new homes, as part of a luxury hotel, in addition to the original planning consent for the golf course.
A number of new homes, designed by Aberfeldy-based architects McKenszie Strickland Associates, will be built around the estate, using a range of natural, vernacular materials.
Despite a chronic shortage of new homes, the number of new homes registered last month fell slightly compared to the corresponding period last year, according to fresh data from the National House-builders Council (NHBC).
New home developers registered 10,841 new homes last month, down from the 10,870 registered in May 2010.
There has been a marked increase in the volume of new homes in Greater London being built over the past six months, with 223 schemes now under construction compared to just 169 six months ago, according to Drivers Jonas Deloitte's latest London Residential Crane Survey.
Leading developer Berkeley Homes is launching the latest phase of its impressive Royal Arsenal Riverside scheme this weekend, with launch events on the 25th and 26th June to mark the opening of the sales and marketing suite and new show apartments at The Warehouse No.1 Street.
New home builder Persimmon Homes has submitted a planning application to Peterborough City Council for the construction of 136 new homes in Peterborough
As may as 7,500 new homes in Earls Court could be built as part a proposed £8bn plan for the west London area, according to a new outline planning application submitted to the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.