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First-time buyers interested in new-build homes can apply for the new Help to Buy: Equity Loan scheme
The biggest development of homes built specifically for private rent in the UK is set to receive a £65 million boost from the government.
Funding will be distributed to local authorities and housing associations to speed up the building of thousands of new homes.
Four new appointments, as the agency takes a leading role in delivering the new homes the country needs.
£7 billion unlocked in expansion of the government’s affordable housing programme to meet the diverse housing needs of the country.
New government funding to help breathe new life into rundown estates has been announced by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond and Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, have announced new measures to build more houses, more quickly, in the places people want to live.
Two multi-million pound deals will see over 1,000 new homes built in London specifically for private rent.
A massive programme of development of railway stations and surrounding land will deliver thousands of new homes and jobs and significantly boost local growth.
Successful bids for the second round of Care and Support Specialised Housing Fund announced on 10 March 2016.
Six hundred acres of surplus public sector land for sale to deliver new homes and boost local growth.
Kevin Parry has been appointed interim chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency.
New bridge will open up a world of opportunities for businesses, says Local Growth Minister.
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis today confirmed the reappointment of Julian Ashby as chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency’s Regulation Committee.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Housing Minister annouces multi-million pound deal to ensure a 4,000-home development will get started within the next month.
Up to £155 million more now available for housing to help people live independently.
Infrastructure Act becomes law.
Brandon Lewis announces a multi-million pound deal to provide nearly 800 homes in Manchester and Salford.
People can design their dream home at one of England’s biggest custom build sites after proposals for new plots were backed by planners.
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis proposes new measures to remove unnecessary bureaucracy and red tape.
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