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    The National House-Building Council (NHBC) has published a report that shows the number of new homes registered in the UK post-Brexit vote.

    The report which was based on data from about 12,000  registered builders who construct about 80% of the new homes built in the UK, revealed the following:

    • An on-year increase in the number of both new semi-detached homes with 38,999 registrations in 2016 – the highest annual level in the UK since 1986
    • An annual increase in new build detached homes- a total of about 46,118 registrations –  across the UK in 2016 – the highest since 2004
    • A year on decline in the number of apartments being registered in 2016 – about 38,912 apartments were registered in 2016
    • The decline above came as a result of the increase in family-sized homes being registered
    • Apart from apartments, the total number of new homes being registered in 2016 was revealed to have declined last year; down 2% year-on-year to 151,687
    • New-build registrations fell by 33% year-on-year in London, in 2016
    • Scotland, West Midlands, East-Midlands and Eastern England dropped by 9%, 2%,8% and 5% respectively
    • However, Yorkshire and Humberside saw a 27% annual increase

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    February 03, 2017 by Abimbola Duro-David Categories: Housing And Benefits

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