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Goldsmith Street in Norwich has won the 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize and the inaugural Neave Brown Award for Housing.

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The proportion of landlords who believe tenant demand is growing or booming has increased to the highest level in almost a year, according to Paragon.

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House prices inched ahead in August, with average UK home now reaching £233,541, according to the latest research from the Halifax.

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Those living in this county have some of the UK’s best experiences and hidden gems right on their doorstep, according to the Lonely Planet travel guide.

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Flexible working options are key in making construction a more attractive and progressive career choice for female talent, a new survey has shown.

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The Tenant Fees Act has now come into force, cutting fees imposed by landlords and agents.

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More lenders are seeing the benefits of supporting older investors in buy-to-let properties.

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Investment in build-to rent homes could be one of the solutions to adult children having to live with their parents for longer.

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Norwich has come second in a nationwide survey looking at the healthiest places to live in the UK.

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An estimated 595,517 new private rented sector (PRS) households are expected to be seen in the UK within the next five years.

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The total number of build-to-rent homes under construction across the UK has increased by nearly 40 percent, according to the British Property Federation (BPF).

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Landlords and agents must now prepare themselves for changes in the law regarding fees and payments, which will come into effect from Saturday 1 June this year.

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New research has revealed university towns and cities are potentially the most lucrative hotspots for landlords.

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An on-site gym, a games area and a state-of-the-art cinema room are just some of the highlights of new city-centre student accommodation being launched in Norwich this week.

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Official figures released this month show significant progress is being made by the housebuilding industry in addressing the country’s housing crisis, according to the Home Builders Federation (HBF).

The annual release of the Net Supply of Housing Statistics figures revealed that housing supply in England increased to 222,190 in the year to April – up 78 per cent in five years.

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Nearly half of all landlords in the UK buy to let (BTL) sector view their portfolio as a long-term retirement investment, according to research from Your Move.

Your Move’s annual Landlord Survey revealed over four in 10 property owners in the BTL sector class themselves as “pension pot” landlords, with nearly a quarter (23 per cent) of this group having been a landlord for 15 years or more.

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A country lifestyle, a new job and relationship changes are among the reasons why people are currently looking for a new home, according to recent research.

With approximately eight per cent of British adults planning to move house in the next six months, AA Financial Services has investigated the top reasons for making the change.

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The house building industry is now generating £38b a year and supporting some 700,000 jobs.

A 74 per cent increase in house building activity in the past four years has provided a huge boost to the UK economy, according to research by planning and development consultancy Lichfields.

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A recent report by the English Housing Survey shows the majority of tenants in the private rented sector (PRS) are happy with their current accommodation.

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It is impossible to stereotype those renting from a private landlord, according to recent research by the Nationwide building society.

The YouGov survey of more than 2,000 tenants renting from a private landlord revealed 47 per cent were couples, 11 per cent were families, seven per cent were students living with university friends and 30 per cent were those living alone.