“We’ve had lots of opinion pieces this week discussing a range of topics – providing valuable insights to the Build to Rent sector. Our aim is – and has always been – to provide a platform for everyone in the industry to share information, gain knowledge and insights, and to encourage wider collaboration in our shared goal of shaping the future of the industry as it continues to grow.”Nick Biring, Co-founder, BTR News
In the news this week
Sigma Capital Group plc has launched its private rental sector (PRS) market research report, which reveals the nation’s behaviours and attitudes around renting.
Packaged Living have submitted a planning application for a major new public square and Build to Rent homes in Manchester.
As the country went into lockdown, people began to work from home where possible, however home working could be here to stay. With this in mind, Hatch Interiors discuss how residents are likely to want flexibility from their Build to Rent home, and how flexible workspaces through clever interior design play a vital role.
Get Living and Muse agree a major forward funding deal to deliver the final phase of one of the largest regeneration schemes in South East London.
Law firm Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has advised Hearthstone Investment Management on its acquisition of Build to Rent homes.
With a shift in consumers rental behaviours, Movebubble discuss how virtual viewings will pave the way for the future – and offer honest, trusted and unfiltered viewings.
Global funding for coliving has increased 210% year on year to June 2019 – so it’s easy to see why the concept has gained attention from developers. Built Asset Management discuss what developers need to know about coliving operators and the Build to Rent market.
Solum Regeneration has announced a forward funding deal with Grainger plc for a Build to Rent scheme at Guildford Station.
The ‘new normal’. It’s a term ubiquitous of our times, whether describing the workplace (or lack of it in conventional terms), socially distanced outdoor meet ups with friends or indeed how we occupy our time at home. But what does it mean for the burgeoning Build to Rent sector?