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Outstanding International Architecture

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Outstanding International Architecture

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed the 16 winners of the RIBA International Awards for Excellence 2021. The Awards, which take place every two years, recognise the most significant...

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New Building Safety Bill

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New Building Safety Bill

The new Building Safety Bill has been published to set out a clear pathway for the future on how residential buildings should be constructed and maintained, according to the government. Housing Secretary...

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Resolving boundary disputes

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Resolving boundary disputes

A new service aiming to help neighbours resolve boundary disputes without resorting to court action has been launched by the Property Litigation Association (PLA) and the Royal Institution of Chartered...

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Tenants seek homes outside London 

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Tenants seek homes outside London 

Those in Norfolk considering letting property this summer may be interested in recent research from the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA). The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in more tenants...

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Changes to some planning processes

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Changes to some planning processes

New rules allowing commercial premises to be converted into homes have come into force as part of a package of measures to revitalise England’s high streets and town centres. The government says...

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Norwich – A Happy Place

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Norwich – A Happy Place

Norwich has been ranked fifth in a list of the most family-friendly places to live in the UK. Research conducted by online retailer Play Like Mum, looked at the places those with young children might consider...

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House prices continue to grow

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House prices continue to grow

Increasing demand, together with the continued shortage of homes, means house prices and rents are still rising, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). This has prompted the...

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