OUD is a major partnership between Oxford University and Legal & General, tasked with developing thousands of homes for students and staff alongside new science and innovation districts.
In Regional Towns
Matching pair of Grade II listed villas head for the auction block, with scope to create one of the city’s finest residences
Moorfield’s build-to-rent scheme in Salford is nearly perfect, according to reviews from residents on the HomeViews platform.
Sandbanks, Canford Cliffs and Salcombe are the priciest coastal enclaves, reports Rightmove, while Whitby and Whitley Bay are the most popular amongst househunters.
Northern towns have seen the biggest surge in buyer demand since the property market re-opened, reports Rightmove.
94% of home buyers and sellers are still planning to move once the Coronavirus lockdown is lifted, says Rightmove – but there are signs of shift in demand, with housebound house-browsers in cities looking further afield.
Zoopla estimates that 50% fewer homes will be sold in 2020 than in 2019… The current rate of deals is about 10% of the usual March tally – a market more akin to late December than Springtime.
TWO instructs Savills to a find resi developer to work on Oxford’s £500m ‘sustainable innovation district’
A rare complete townhouse on Bath’s famous Royal Crescent has come up for sale, billed as one of the World Heritage City’s finest properties.
Average property prices across UK cities have increased by 3.9% in the last year, says Zoopla, but the portal “does not expect a material acceleration in the rate of growth in the foreseeable future.”
Owner turns one of Bristol’s landmark properties into ‘the ultimate never-grow-old house’
211 Broad Street in Birmingham will rise 37 storeys, but will be just 9.5 metres wide.