13:05 PM, 5th June 2013, About 8 years ago 1
The value of private residential property development projects starting on site is up 15.2% compared with the same period in 2012 according to fresh figures from just release by construction industry analysts Glenigan.
The UK construction industry has seen a rise of nearly 1.9% in new building project starts in the three months to May, led by growth in the private housing sector
Gains in private housing starts valued at under £100m were focused in London and the South East in the past month, but increased activity in Yorkshire and the South West in April also boosted the index. Starts on several other private housing projects worth over £100m will give the Minister of State for Housing Mark Prisk who has led the Government’s Help to Buy and NewBuy schemes further cause for positivity.
Property developers are now taking advantage of improving finance options and returning to the market to develop land and to pursue new and abandoned conversion projects. We have seen lenders coming back into development funding, as demand for housing rises and the economic outlook improves. We are definitely witnessing an increased appetite from lenders looking to lend.
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Statement of your business/personal assets and liabilities
Plans and drawings
Confirmation of Planning Permission
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