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Budget 2016 Reflection: housing measures
As part of his set of initiatives “to put stability first”, Chancellor George Osborne confirmed a series of housing measures. We reflect back on the key points. Read more
Posted: 17th Mar 2016
London Election 2016: candidates go head to head on housing
Sadiq Khan for Labour and Zac Goldsmith for the Conservative Party are both fighting their corner on the future of London housing. Here are the two sets of policies on offer. Read more
Posted: 16th Mar 2016
5 Student Housing Development Trends in 2016
We know that student housing markets have grown dramatically, both here in the UK and across the globe, but what has changed in recent years and where are the opportunities now?
Posted: 3rd Mar 2016
UK EU Housing Comparisons 2010-2015
LD Events discuss key findings from comparable studies of EU housing stock to assess strengths and weaknesses in the UK property market. Read more
Posted: 5th Feb 2016
What will ‘Affordable Housing’ mean in 2016?
The term ‘Affordable Housing’ is bandied around a lot in the housing industry, but what does it actually mean in 2016? We examine the case. Read more
Posted: 7th Jan 2016
10 industry insights we learnt at Care Homes 2015
Our sixth annual National Care Homes and Retirement Living Conference provided plenty of industry insights to end the year. Here’s what we learnt on the day. Read more
Posted: 17th Dec 2015
Which London property areas will be most profitable by 2020?
Uncertainty in emerging markets, regeneration and the effects of stamp duty this year has shifted interest to the London fringe. Here’s where the profits will lie during the next four years. Read more
Posted: 1st Dec 2015
Spending Review 2015: key UK housing announcements
An unexpected windfall of £27bn led to a few surprise decisions this November, but did the Chancellor produce the right housing announcements? We examine the key points. Read more
Posted: 27th Nov 2015
Will the UK ever meet its housebuilding targets?
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis has pledged one million new homes across the UK by 2020, but will this latest target be met? Read more
Posted: 6th Nov 2015
What does London have that New York doesn’t?
Why is London and its property market the world’s best hotspot above its biggest rival: New York? We discuss the tale of the two cities. Read more
Posted: 29th Oct 2015