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Hydrogen homes this spring

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Hydrogen homes this spring

The UK’s first homes with household appliances fuelled entirely by hydrogen are set to be completed by April. The two semi-detached properties, funded with the help of the UK government’s Hy4Heat...

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Call to extend stamp duty holiday

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Call to extend stamp duty holiday

Leading industry figures are becoming more vocal in their call to the government to extend the stamp duty holiday. With seven weeks to go until the tax break ends, there has been growing pressure on Chancellor...

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Detached homes saw highest price rises

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Detached homes saw highest price rises

Detached homes saw the biggest price increases of all home types in the UK last year, according to research by property portal OpenBrix. Following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and the first national...

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Busiest ever start to the year

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Busiest ever start to the year

Rightmove has recorded its busiest ever start to a new year, with visits to the site up 30 per cent on the same time period in 2020. There are very early signs of activity continuing to grow during lockdown,...

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House prices predicted to rise in 2021

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House prices predicted to rise in 2021

National average house prices will grow by a robust four per cent in 2021, according to Rightmove. There is strong evidence that people will continue to have their reprioritised housing needs high on their...

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The housing market remains strong

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The housing market remains strong

Demand for new properties and the flow of homes being listed for sale across the UK’s housing market has remained strong over the past month. The October 2020, RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered...

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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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