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SMEs gain fund-raisers for home building

SMEs gain fund-raisers for home building

Small and Medium Enterprises have something to look into and continue the home construction with a £150M boast. SMEs will help people to commission a bespoke home using the ‘help to build’ scheme which is the UK Government initiative.

The scheme is aimed at creating a level playing field between first-time buyers of newly built homes and those who want to build their own home. It allows boost custom and self-build housing, including right-to-build legislation and allocating more funding.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appointed Conservative MP Richard Bacon to lead a review into scaling up the sector. The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) said the new fund was a positive step.

However there’s stress on the Government that addresses the lack of sites for development. There’s more funding for time-poor local authority planning departments to help them make quicker planning decisions was also important.

The National Federation of Builders warned that unless local authorities allocated land and granted permission for self and custom builds then the Government’s housing market reforms would fail.


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