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Welfare cuts have sparked a dramatic increase in the number of eviction notices issued by landlords, a new survey reveals.

Experts warn of a ‘notably strong’ property market and the creation of a new bubble

Government hides risks of controversial Help to Buy scheme

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Iran media reports claim the man was arrested after authorities spent months tracking him down

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Construction returned to growth in October as a rise in house building helped the sector expand by 2.2%, reaching a near two-year high level of output.

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Housebuilder Bellway is capitalising on London's roaring property market after selling a clutch of Made in Chelsea expensive aparments.

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Distinctive “Helter Skelter” design will be kept at end of a thorough review process

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New housing developments, such as the one at East Village near the former Olympic Stadium in east London, which will provide 2,818 apartments, are too few and far between, warn analysts

Housing double whammy: A whole generation ‘won’t be able to buy or rent a home’

Unless we build affordable housing, more and more people will be priced out, say experts

Police suspect foul play after woman gets stuck to toilet seat in superglue ‘prank’

Officers said CCTV footage suggested no one could have applied the adhesive other than the victim herself

Fury over FTSE 100 ‘blacklister’ Amec’s role in £8bn nuclear plant

Amec’s links to firm that ran secret database may make it unfit for contracts, union says

High ideals: Labour has built around 400 homes in each of its local authority areas since the election

The great housing crisis: Labour beats Tories over new homes

Conservative councils build only half as much affordable and social housing

Simon Read: Readers think I should cough up and pay for a tradesman's travelling time

I've been taken to task by readers for my article last week that suggested some tradespeople seem to enjoy ripping us off.

Autumn Statement 2013: Foreigners to be liable for capital gains tax on sale of UK properties

The move could take some of the heat out of the London property market

The Houses of Parliament form part of a Unesco World Heritage Site

All rise: Parliament’s £1bn restoration may make MPs homeless

Experts say that 2020 is the final deadline for deciding whether one of the world’s oldest buildings is to be saved for future generations

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