New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/taylor-wimpey/postmark/1-1.jpg 1 Postmark 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £950,000. Farringdon Road, London EC1A 1BB

Postmark

Taylor Wimpey
Farringdon Road, London EC1A 1BB
Farringdon
Property
1-bedroom
from 55.46 sqm
950 000
2-bedroom
from 81.38 sqm
1 310 000
3-bedroom
from 111.67 sqm
1 795 000
950000 GBP
from
950 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/bellway/the-residence/1-3.jpg 1 The Residence 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £794,000. 40-42 Ponton Road, London SW8 5BA

The Residence

Bellway
40-42 Ponton Road, London SW8 5BA
Battersea Park
Property
2-bedroom
from 70.90 sqm
794 000
3-bedroom
from 102.30 sqm
1 305 000
794000 GBP
from
794 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/canary-wharf-group-london/10-park-drive-london/1-1.jpg 1 10 Park Drive 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £880,000. 10 Park Drive, London E14

10 Park Drive

Canary Wharf Group
10 Park Drive, London E14
Canary Wharf
Property
1-bedroom
from 60.90 sqm
880 000
2-bedroom
from 80.90 sqm
1 035 000
3-bedroom
from 124.00 sqm
2 300 000
880000 GBP
from
880 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/lodha-group-london/lincoln-square-london/1-1.jpg 1 Lincoln Square 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £1,550,000. 18 Portugal Street, London WC2A 2JE

Lincoln Square

Lodha Group
18 Portugal Street, London WC2A 2JE
Chancery Lane
Property
1-bedroom
from 59.00 sqm
1 550 000
2-bedroom
from 83.00 sqm
2 400 000
3-bedroom
from 112.00 sqm
2 900 000
1550000 GBP
from
1 550 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/acorn-london/newhams-yard-london/1-1.jpg 1 Newham's yard 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £645,000. 151-157 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3JE

Newham's yard

Acorn
151-157 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 3JE
Borough
Property
1-bedroom
from 52.60 sqm
645 000
2-bedroom
from 85.50 sqm
795 000
645000 GBP
from
645 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/redrow-london/colindale-gardens-london/1-1.jpg 1 Colindale Gardens 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £357,000. Aerodrome Road, London NW9 5JE

Colindale Gardens

Redrow
Aerodrome Road, London NW9 5JE
Colindale
Property
Studio
from 46.36 sqm
357 000
1-bedroom
from 41.99 sqm
339 000
2-bedroom
from 68.28 sqm
474 000
3-bedroom
from 97.18 sqm
591 000
357000 GBP
from
357 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/ballymore-london/wardian-london/1-1.jpg 1 Wardian London 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £890,000. 163 Marsh Wall, London E14 9TJ

Wardian London

Ballymore
163 Marsh Wall, London E14 9TJ
Canary Wharf
Property
1-bedroom
from 50.00 sqm
890 000
2-bedroom
from 78.00 sqm
1 050 000
890000 GBP
from
890 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/uol-group-london/one-bishopsgate-plaza-london/1-3.jpg 1 One Bishopsgate Plaza 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £1,335,000. 142-150 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4HX

One Bishopsgate Plaza

UOL Group
142-150 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4HX
Liverpool Street
Property
1-bedroom
from 60.57 sqm
1 335 000
2-bedroom
from 86.77 sqm
1 800 000
3-bedroom
from 154.59 sqm
3 246 390
1335000 GBP
from
1 335 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/kingscross-london/gasholders-london/1-12.jpg 1 Gasholders London 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £745,000. Gasholders, 1 Lewis Cubitt, King's Cross, London, N1C 4BT

Gasholders London

Kings Cross
Gasholders, 1 Lewis Cubitt, King's Cross, London, N1C 4BT
King's Cross
Property
Studio
from 39.5 sqm
745 000
3-bedroom
from 129.8 sqm
2 775 000
4-bedroom
from 146.6 sqm
7 500 000
745000 GBP
from
745 000
New homes in London https://1newhomes.com/assets/cities/spb/houses/lbs-properties-london/the-madison-london/1-10.jpg 1 The Madison 🏠 - new home for sale. Price from £604,000. 199-207 Marsh Wall, London E14 9YT

The Madison

LBS Properties
199-207 Marsh Wall, London E14 9YT
Canary Wharf
Property
Studio
from 39.86 sqm
604 000
1-bedroom
from 55.93 sqm
735 000
2-bedroom
from 87.05 sqm
923 000
604000 GBP
from
604 000
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London Dock

St. George
9 Arrival Square, Wapping, London E1W 2AA
Shadwell
Property
Studio
from 45.34 sqm
710 000
1-bedroom
from 52.77 sqm
820 000
2-bedroom
from 81.57 sqm
1 225 000
3-bedroom
from 138.68 sqm
2 410 000
710000 GBP
from
710 000
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Upton Gardens

Barratt London
1 Academy House, Thunderer Street, Upton Park, London, E13 9…
Upton Park
Property
2-bedroom
from 97.60 sqm
489 000
3-bedroom
from 141.70 sqm
559 000
4-bedroom
from 97.10 sqm
598 000
489000 GBP
from
489 000

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Boris Johnson says building industry will help fix nosediving economy

Boris Johnson says building industry will help fix nosediving economy

30 Jun 2020

Planning system to be overhauled as first quarter GDP figures slump to 1979 levels

The industry has broadly welcomed what Boris Johnson says will be the UK’s version of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal for the US in the 1930s, promising £5bn to accelerate infrastructure projects across the country.

The prime minister is putting construction at the heart of a plan to get the economy moving again after the havoc caused by the covid-19 pandemic.

The UK is now widely considered to be in recession with GDP for April alone collapsing by 20.4%.

On Tuesday, the Office for National Statistics said the hit to the economy in the first quarter of this year was worse than thought, revising its contraction up from 2% to 2.2% – the joint largest fall since 1979.

As the industry reels from swingeing job losses, Johnson said the government was bringing forward £5bn of planned spending to get the economy going again.

Johnson said: “We must work fast, because we’ve already seen the vertiginous drop in GDP, and we know that people are worried about their jobs and their businesses.”

Among the promised schemes under his so-called ‘build back better’ strategy is a £1.5bn initiative for hospital maintenance work, £100m for 29 road projects, £142m to upgrade courts and £900m for local shovel ready schemes this year and next.

Scape Group chief executive Mark Robinson welcomed the decision to speed up investment, adding it was “urgently needed to reintroduce confidence to the sector, accelerate our path to recovery and protect jobs across the UK”.

Leo Quinn, the chief executive of the country’s biggest builder, Balfour Beatty, added: “It will generate vast employment opportunities. Without this, we could see widespread structural unemployment issues.”

But he said construction had to start embracing long-heralded change: “Our industry must prioritise sustainable, digital and innovative solutions in our delivery.”

Planning rules are also set to change to make it easier to build more homes.

The new rules will come into force in September with the proposals unveiled next month.

Existing commercial properties, including newly vacant shops, can be converted into residential housing more easily, with the changes allowing a wider range of commercial buildings to change to residential use without the need for a planning application.

Developers will no longer need a normal planning application to demolish and rebuild vacant and redundant residential and commercial buildings if they are rebuilt as homes.

Marc Vlessing, chief executive of housebuilder Pocket Living, said the reforms were an opportunity to tackle the housing crisis:

“Our planning system is slow and complex and we are too reliant on larger housebuilders, which has meant we have not delivered the homes the country needs for decades.”

Johnson also announced Project Speed, a taskforce chaired by the chancellor Rishi Sunak designed to accelerate existing projects and “scythe through red tape and get things done” more quickly

But Jacqueline Hughes, a senior risk analyst at infrastructure consultant Equib, warned: “Speeding up the delivery of infrastructure projects must not lead to corners being cut. There are several potential issues here – for example, if procurement procedures are circumvented or abbreviated in some way, this could mean taxpayers don’t get value for money.”

And Jon Hart, infrastructure partner at law firm Pinsent Masons Jon Hart, added other reforms were needed to get jobs up and running more easily. “The government needs to remove uncertainty around approaches to procurement, particularly for schools and hospitals,” he added.

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