Property News Roundup
25th October 2018
Engie secures £195m student accommodation deal in London
ENGIE has been announced as the winner of a new £195 million student accommodation refurbishment and maintenance scheme for Kingston University in London.
Affordable housing development launched on former West Ham stadium
Upton Gardens, an 842 unit mixed-tenure development of private sale and affordable housing has been launched on the site of West Ham’s former Upton Park stadium in East London.
Khan boosts council housebuilding teams with new £10m fund
Sadiq Khan has launched a new £10m fund to improve London councils’ housing and planning teams and help boost their role in building new homes in the capital. Read more…
Planning permission granted for more than 350,000 new homes
Planning permission was granted for more than 350,000 new homes across 20,076 sites in the year up to June 2018. Read more…
Rental payments recognised in credit reports for the first time
Rental payment information will now on the Experian credit reports of more than 1.2 million tenants from across the UK. Read more…
Latest ARLA report shows rent hikes continue to rise year-on-year
The latest PRS data and analysis from ARLA Propertymark has revealed that the number of tenants experiencing rent hikes remained high in September. Read more…