The number of new homes being built in England is at its lowest level since records began, official figures revealed yesterday, amid growing warnings that a generation of young people is being excluded from the housing ladder.
Since the Barker Review in 2004, the industry significantly improved customer satisfaction. It is vital to maintain excellent standards of delivery and ensure a high level of customer satisfaction is being achieved across the board. In particular, it is important that the industry continues to demonstrate its voluntary commitment to these twin objectives.
The creation of Scotland's new £1Bn town has moved a step closer, with the submission of a planning application by Elsick Development Company (EDC). Outline plans for the new 4,000 home community ten miles south of Aberdeen have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council along with full plans for the first phase of 800 homes.