Consumers are twice as likely to be satisfied with SME-built homes, new research reveals. The study, carried out by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), focused on the satisfaction rates among people who had bought a new home within the past five years.
NaCSBA announced a huge 80% increase in the number of people signing up to create their dream home on the Right To Build register, with over 33,000 now signed up.
NaCSBA’s Right To Build summit will share market data for the custom and self-build sector, and announce the number of plots to be permissioned under RTB
NaCSBA’s Right To Build Task Force and Three Dragons are piloting a new tool to help local authorities assess custom and self-build housing demand.
The winner of the National Custom and Self Build Association’s (NaCSBA) 2017 Self Build on a Shoestring competition offers an affordable route to housing delivery for older generations.
In preparation for an Autumn budget that will endear the Conservative party to a younger generation excluded from housing, the Government has been involved in a flurry of activity to […]
The Right To Build Task Force Expo is coming to the East Midlands, helping councils and other stakeholders get to grips with custom build and their duty under the new legislation.
The Build It Awards 2017 celebrated custom build achievements, from best councils to exemplary projects and innovative companies
With a welcome speech by Housing Minister Alok Sharm, the Right To Build Task Force‘s first Expo on the 18 September was a resounding success. The sold out event was […]
Recent research by the Local Government Association (LGA) points to evidence that 1 in 10 new home buyers are dissatisfied with new build home quality, with one in six saying […]