Appointing a suitable consultant can help developers navigate the complex influences which impact BTR schemes.
Single Family Rental (SFR) housing is generally understood to mean purpose-built communities of detached, semi-detached or terraced houses, as opposed to Multi-family (MF) blocks of apartments usually financed by institutional investors.
Building Regulations comprise a series of guidance manuals with which builders must comply in order to get a scheme approved . This article explains what they are and how they are enforced and applied.
Interior design is a key component of a Build to Rent scheme
Here's four steps which illustrate how to establish an effective branding proposition in a new Build to Rent scheme
A PCSA allows collaboration between client and contractor prior to a formal contract
The Fire Safety Act 2021 details fire safety obligations in multi-occupied residential buildings
New statutory system for regulating building safety will have significant commercial and contractual implications
This article sets out responsibilities that will exist when the Building Safety Bill comes into force and details of property information that will form the Golden Thread
Given the nature of the product, BTR schemes often require a specific and bespoke approach to planning matters.
Facilities for working from home is now something Build to Rent developers must consider
Here's all you need to know about construction Gateways and the role of the HSE in the Building Safety Bill