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Build It Awards 2017
Posted on 26 September by Andrew Hobbs
The Build It Awards celebrates the very best self-build and renovation projects in the UK, as well as rewarding excellence and innovation amongst the products and services available to self-builde
NSBRC show
Posted on 22 August by Andrew Hobbs
You’d have hard time finding a self-builder without a strong interest in ensuring both an energy efficient and healthy new home.
Traditional Oak Frame & Brick Home
Posted on 17 August by Andrew Hobbs
The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has released fresh Planning Practice Guidance (PPG) to trigger a change in the way local authorities plan for self and custom build housi
Small Business of the Year 2017
Posted on 15 August by Andrew Hobbs
The National Self Build and Renovation Centre (NSBRC) has been crowned Newsquest business awards’ Small Business of the Year 2017.
Build It Awards 2017
Posted on 7 August by Andrew Hobbs
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the Build It Awards 2017, in association with BuildStore
H2O Urban custom build project
Posted on 3 August by Andrew Hobbs
Specialist waterfront developer H2O Urban has won a National Planning Award for its Aldcliffe Yard custom build site.
Cambridge Cohousing development
Posted on 1 August by Andrew Hobbs
Cambridge’s first cohousing community project has just got underway on the newly dubbed Marmalade Lane.
Oakwrights sunroom
Posted on 27 July by Andrew Hobbs
ln a trio of announcements the National Custom and Self Build Association’s (NaCSBA) Task Force has revealed its new director, the second organisation to receive its specialist support and the fir
Graven Hill plot shop
Posted on 25 July by Andrew Hobbs
In a drive to increase self and custom build opportunities Teignbridge District Council recently hosted several other local authorities from the south west to share their experiences.
timber and stone-clad contemporary self-build
Posted on 20 July by Andrew Hobbs
According to new research published by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), you should book in a contractor four months before you plan to begin onsite works to avoid missing out on securing a