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Build to Rent: a flexible productAndrew Jones, Director of Corporate & BTR at Leaders Romans Group reflects on the versatility of the Build to Rent sector and its progression.
Can Traditional BTR Learn from the Successes of Suburban BTR?Andy Jones, Group Director Corporate Lettings & Build to Rent, Leaders Romans Group
91 Rental Properties in Frimley, CamberleyConsiderable demand anticipated for high spec apartments
High Demand for Bracknell RentalsPopularity of Compass Court demonstrates strong demand in local market
Build to Rent and its potential to deliver community benefits, including affordable housingAndy Jones, Group Director, Corporate & Build to Rent, Leaders Romans Group
LRG Appointed To Oversee Substantial Suburban Build To Rent Scheme At Buckler’s Park In BerkshireWe are delighted to announce that LRG has been instructed by Legal & General’s Suburban Build To Rent team to jointly manage and maintain over 100 Build to Rent (BTR) units at Buckler’s Park near Wokingham.
Garrison Point and Chatham Waterfront - new instructionLRG Appointed to Manage and Maintain BTR properties in popular Medway waterfront development
What's next for BTR - RICS Property JournalRecent media commentary on the private rented sector (PRS) has tended to focus on negatives - tax and regulatory changes, rising mortgage rates and a disproportionate focus on scandals associated with ‘rogue landlords’ – which, as the Government has recognised, represent only as very small proportion of the industry.
The Potential for BTR to De-risk Development Schemes in an Uncertain MarketRecent political and economic uncertainty has inevitably caused some fluctuations in housebuilders’ profit forecasts: following the Truss Government’s disastrous mini-budget, analysts including Credit Suisse and Capital Economics predicted house price drops of as much as 15 per cent and volume builders including Barratt Developments and Bellway were reported to have abandoned growth plans for 2022.
The evolution of BTR - from city blocks to BTR suburban communitiesBuild to Rent (BTR) is the UK’s fastest-growing sector and this trend looks set to continue throughout 2023 and beyond.
Renters Reform Bill and professionalizing the PRSThe Renters’ Reform Bill has been on the cards for some time: it was originally proposed four prime ministers ago, by Theresa May as a ‘step change’ in protections for tenants.
Potential for BTR to help de-risk schemesThe Considerable Potential for BTR to De-risk Development Schemes in an Uncertain Market
Priorities for the Secretary of State for Levelling Up Housing and CommunitiesThe two most pressing concerns for Michael Gove as he resumes his role as Secretary of State for levelling up are the housing crisis and the climate crisis.
Introducing BTR suburban communitiesIn the past 10 years, the Build to Rent (BTR) sector has grown exponentially: the British Property Federation (BPF)’s Build to Rent Q1 2022 report reveals that the number of completed BTR homes rose by 19% during 2021, reaching a new high of 72,668 units per annum.
Can BTR Suburban Communities Deliver on the Levelling up AgendaWith Michael Gove returning as Secretary of State at the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, it’s (reasonably) safe to assume that the levelling up agenda will be resumed.
BTR as a safe investment optionThere’s no denying that investment within the private rented sector (PRS) is being challenged. But while individual landlords are increasingly being compromised, the rental sector provides greater opportunity to institutional investors than ever before.
BTR and Community BenefitsThe concept of Build to Rent (BTR) and more specifically, its regional iteration, BTR suburban communities, is a relatively new property type. BTR, together with private market housing and affordable housing, falls within the C3 Use Class.
BTR and an absence of policies – Property ReporterThe Build to Rent (BTR) sector is growing exponentially: recent figures from the British Property Federation (BPF) reveal that the number of completed BTR homes rose by 19% during 2021, reaching a new high of 72,668 units per annum.
BTR an Ideal Opportunity at times of Economic InstabilityInvestment in Build to Rent (BTR) has reached record levels and it is no coincidence that this has occurred as BTR expands beyond traditional city apartment units into BTR suburban communities – the emerging form of BTR which provides family homes and related services on new developments outside of cities.