June 2018

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The Housebuilder Brain Game - in pictures

Savills was crowned Brain Game winner as the industry raised £278,000 for Marie Curie at the annual celebrity-hosted quiz night.

The Interview - Stephen Wicks, Inland Homes

Stephen Wicks, founder and ceo of Inland Homes, has developed his business from a brownfield land specialist to a housebuilder that has recently established a partnerships arm. He talks to Suzie Mayes about keeping the company's entrepreneurial spirit while going for growth.

Government seeks game changer with NPPF

With the government proposing changes to the National Planning Policy Framework and the system for developer contributions, Mark Smulian considers whether the revisions will work.

Housebuilder Product Awards

The winners have been announced of the Housebuilder Product Awards 2018. We showcase the winning companies, whose achievements will be celebrated at a winner's lunch.

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Offsite Outlook

With much talk surrounding modern methods of construction (MMC), Suzie Mayes delves into what is happening, the challenges and what the term truly means

The Interview - Ian Sadler, Mulberry Homes

After almost 25 years of working for large housebuilders, this year Ian Sadler switched to regional developer Mulberry Homes. He talks to Suzie Mayes about his change of direction, his plans for the company and why bungalows are important

Health and happiness at the Housing Design Awards

This year the Housing Design Awards celebrated a range of schemes that carried a strong theme of promoting people's happiness, health and wellbeing. Housebuilder reports

A newt deal

District Licensing is a quick and risk-free way of addressing the issue of great crested newts when a developer is applying for planning permission. Tom Tew, chief executive of NatureSpace, explains