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Calling for safer schools

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Calling for safer schools

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has joined other leading bodies in the built environment in calling on the government to require the installation of sprinklers in schools. The organisation...

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Home sale times fall significantly

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Home sale times fall significantly

The time it takes to sell a home in the UK has reduced across all regions and countries and house prices look set to remain steady, according to recent research by Zoopla. Driven by an imbalance in supply...

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Greener homes

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Greener homes

The Royal Institute of Architects (RIBA) has welcomed moves to help households become more energy efficient but has called for steps to ensure value for money and savings. From the end of September, builders,...

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Increased interest in new-build homes

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Increased interest in new-build homes

Interest in new-build homes has rocketed since lockdown was lifted, according to a new survey by the Home Builders Federation (HBF). After spending months in their existing homes, more householders are...

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Home improvements and new projects

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Home improvements and new projects

More than half of those who own homes in the UK are prioritising plans to update our homes as Covid-19 restrictions continue to be eased. Some one in eight British homeowners say they are expecting to...

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Exhibition goes online

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Exhibition goes online

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has moved its virtual reality (VR) exhibition online. In response to the lockdown of its public buildings and galleries, RIBA has launched FREESTYLE: Architectural...

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Movement in the property market

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Movement in the property market

The government has restarted the property market with announcements allowing property purchases and sales to take place, as well as more movement in home building and construction. Anyone in England can...

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