A wide range of properties will go under the hammer in the coming days. Here are some potentially good residential lots to look out for at property auctions in London, Sheffield and Cardiff.
Savills' latest Residential catalogue for their next London and national auction on Tuesday 22 July at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square from 9.00am till 6.00pm contains 152 lots which will appeal to a variety of different purchasers.
With recent reports from housing charity Shelter claiming that less than 50% of homes for sale in South Yorkshire are affordable for first-time buyers, the city of Sheffield still appears to offer some promising options for buyers on a relatively tight budget.
Marc Da Silva brings you news from the affordable new homes market across the country with the latest headlines on housing schemes in Birmingham, Blackpool, Milton Keynes, Sheffield, Telford and Somerset.
Plans to develop 249 homes on a former driving range and leisure complex in Great Barr have been approved, on the condition that the developer, Taylor Wimpey, set aside 46 of the units as affordable housing.
A further 182 new homes are planned for the second phase of the Grade II-listed Park Hill development in Sheffield, it has been revealed.
The new phase is to consist of 85 one-bedroom, 93 two-bedroom and four three-bedroom properties.
The £17m project, which delivered 79 apartments during the first phase of the scheme, all of which are now sold, is part of a major effort to revamp Sheffield's Park Hill complex.
Marc Da Silva brings you news from the affordable new homes market across the UK with the latest headlines on housing schemes in Durham, Scotland, South Yorkshire, Lancashire and Somerset.
Durham County Council's county planning committee has awarded outline planning consent for the redevelopment of Durham's old fire brigade HQ. The residential-led scheme in Framwellgate Moor will feature a range of affordable homes.
Marc Da Silva takes his regular look at the affordable new homes market across the UK with the latest news on affordable housing schemes in Bedfordshire, Bristol, Tyne and Wear, South Yorkshire, Northamptonshire and London.
With a strong and growing economy and extensive urban redevelopment, the green and hilly city of Sheffield in South Yorkshire is an exciting place to live - and it boasts the highest ratio of trees to people of any city in Europe. Outdoor-lovers have more than 200 parks, woodlands and gardens to choose from, and a third of the city lies within the boundaries of the Peak District National Park.
Sheffield currently has a good range of new developments to suit first-time buyers and families who are looking for more space.
New affordable homes in St Alban's
Garage sites owned by St Albans City and District Council in St Albans and Wheathampstead are to be redeveloped into new affordable homes. Garage sites in White Hedge Drive, St Albans, and Housden Close and Beech Crescent, Wheathampstead, have been selected for redevelopment.
Residential property developer Bloor Homes has submitted an amended planning application to Sheffield Council for the construction of 340 new homes on the former brickworks site off Station Road in Deepcar, Sheffield.