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Press Releases from What House? (14 total)

New Homes Launched in Yorkshire

Linden Homes have launched a new, completed street at one of their developments in Yorkshire. The new street is located at their St. Nicholasgate development in Beverley, East Yorkshire. The new homes consist of two, three and four bedroom family homes Located close to the town centre. A total of 130 new houses for sale have been launched and come in varying architectural designs to suit a range of buyers, including

Regeneration Project Creates 1000 New Affordable Homes

A house builder that specialises in new homes has announced plans to develop 1000 affordable homes in the East of England. Iceni Homes, based in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, will be building and launching affordable new homes in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk as well as affordable housing new developments in Essex. The new developments in the region form part of a £123 million programme that is partly funded by the Homes

New Homes Launched in Essex as Part of Regeneration Scheme

A home builder has launched hundreds of luxury new apartments as part of a £2 billion regeneration scheme being rolled out in Basildon. Weston Homes launched 425 new homes for sale in Essex at their Morello Quarter development located in Basildon. The properties consist of one and two bedroom apartments and are located close to the town centre. The new homes will appeal to a range of buyers including commuters, young

UK House Prices Drop in January

House prices dropped by 0.2 per cent in January according to Nationwide’s latest house price index. The average house price is £162,228 and the decrease in property prices follows the second monthly fall in a row after a 0.2% fall was recorded in December 2011. However house prices remain 0.6% higher than they did a year ago. Possible lessening numbers of homes coming onto market means prices are likely to drop

Range of Incentives Launched to Help Buyers

A major UK house builder has launched a range of new initiatives that give first time buyers and movers an improved chance of buying and moving. The schemes, launched by Barratt Homes who build new developments in Cambridgeshire as well as the rest of the UK, are available on all of their new homes on the market. The schemes are designed to help sellers who want to buy and move to

Energy Efficient New Development in Kent Launched

A house builder has launched 116 new homes in Kent that comply with the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4. The brand new landmark development has been built by Ward Homes, who are based in Kent, in the Victoria Park grounds located near Darenth. The development is in the grounds of the historic Stone House Hospital. There are a range of new homes for sale in Kent including one and two

House Prices Fall in England and Wales

According to latest figures issued from the Land Registry, property prices across England and Wales fell by 0.9% during the month of October 2011 with a total annual fall in value of 3.2%. The figures show that this overall monthly decrease in property values is the highest since February 2009 and that the average price of a home now stands at £159,999. Properties in the East of England including new homes

Housebuilder of the Year 2011 Recognised at What House? Awards

The What House? Awards have awarded United House Developments the prestigious “Housebuilder of the Year” award in 2011. The What House? Awards ceremony, held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, awarded the highest accolade for developers of new homes to United House Developments, who are based in Kent, for their innovative and ground-breaking new developments. During 2011 United House Developments has delivered 191 units ranging in prices from a £130,000 apartment in

What House? Awards Celebrates 30 Years of Recognition for UK House Builders

A large awards ceremony for the UK construction industry’s top companies and organisations is taking place in London on Friday November 18th and is celebrating its 30th year of recognising UK house builders. The annual What House? Awards are being held at the Grosvenor Park Hotel ballroom in London and recognise the highest standards and innovations in house building of new homes during 2011. There are a total of

Country Homes Cost More Than Urban Homes in the UK

A report has indicated that property prices for homes in rural areas are on average 16 per cent higher than for properties in urban areas. The annual report, produced by Halifax Rural Housing Review, says that prices for rural properties have increased by 35 per cent since 2001. Average rural property prices are on average £27,000 higher than urban property prices. However, since the property market downturn started in 2007, property prices

Home Ownership to Fall in Norfolk

A study has shown that Norfolk’s property market may be in crisis due to the amount of home owners in the region decreasing. The study, carried out by the National Housing Federation, forecasts that home ownership in the East of England will drop to under 65% by 2021, and house prices will rise higher than anywhere in the country in the next five years. The study also highlights that rent in the

UK House Prices Slow Down

According to figures published by the Department for Communities and Local Government this week, the latest UK house price index shows that UK house prices decreased by 1.5% during the year to July 2011. The latest data which is based upon the number of mortgage completions during July 2011 also indicates that the house prices increased by 0.3% during the month of July. Overall in the UK property market, England decreased

New Retirement Homes Launched in Lincolnshire

Brand new homes for sale in Lincolnshire have been launched for buyers who are aged 55 and over. The new retirement homes are part of an exclusive community development at The Croft, which is located in Bourne. The new homes in Lincolnshire have been built in a joint venture between Keystone Developments and Larkfleet Homes who are two house building organisations in the Lincolnshire area. The Croft integrates a manor house

House Prices Show Slight Increase in UK

According to a report by Halifax, house prices across the UK experienced the lowest drop in values at 0.5% lower than the previous quarter with a slight increase in June at 1.2% higher month on month. The average price of a house costs £163,000. However prices over the past three months averaged a 3.5% drop compared to 2010. The slight improvement in house values is considered to be the result of

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