A developer who failed to co-operate in seeking additional planning permission for a proposed tower block has been ordered to pay damages to the company selling the site.
A tribunal has modified a covenant that prevented the building of more than one property per plot on a large estate.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of a landlord who was in dispute with his local council over accommodation for students in two houses in multiple occupation (HMO).
The government has announced new measures to speed up the development of derelict and unused land for new homes.
A developer has been granted planning permission for holiday lodges in a country park despite legal action by local objectors.
A landowner has succeeded in overturning a covenant that prevented the construction of more than one house on any plot of land in a residential area.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that a landlord was wrong to use service charges to recover the cost of improvements to a property.
The government has announced plans to build thousands of starter homes on brownfield sites across the country.
A property developer has been told he must honour an oral agreement to sell some land to former friends despite falling out with them during the course of the transaction.
The latest government figures show that more than 220,000 people have now used the various Help to Buy schemes to purchase a new home.