“It’s been a fantastic week – and positive news of new schemes in the pipeline. We’ve also shared some insightful opinion pieces about sustainable construction and the fantastic benefits of vertical farming. We’ve also seen positive news about rent collection during the pandemic, a new partnership, and we’ve shared the newest market report on the sector.
“Finally, we’d like to congratulate all the nominees and winners of the HomeViews BTR Awards 2020 which took place at the UKAA Festival of Build to Rent. The sector goes above and beyond for its residents, and these awards are a brilliant way to highlight the fantastic work of so many people within the industry.”Bea Patel, Editor BTR News
In the news this week
Square Mile Farms discuss why vertical farming can be the future of Build to Rent, supporting wellbeing, creating engagement and experiences, and contributing to a sustainable future.
Bhangals Construction Consultants provide an insight into the current challenges facing sustainable construction projects.
Placefirst has submitted planning for new Build to Rent homes in the heart of Wolverhampton.
Moda Living has teamed up with MYNDUP to offer its residents mental health support as the UK’s latest lockdown ensues.
BNP Paribas share their Build to Rent report which provides key insights into the market during Q3 2020.
The HomeViews BTR Awards 2020 announced The Green Rooms BTR development and operators Urbanbubble and Vertus as award-winners.
Great Charles Street Build to Rent scheme has been given the green light by Birmingham City Council.
Ascend has reported that it has collected 99% of all invoiced rent during the coronavirus crisis.
Feature image credit: Square Mile Farms