Quarterly housing approvals fall 19% but housebuilders say annual total remains strong

The number of homes granted planning permission across Britain dropped 19 per cent in the second quarter of 2018 but more than 360,000 units were permitted in the year up to June, according to the latest figures from housebuilders.

by Mark Wilding
New homes construction: permissions down in second quarter of 2018, data shows
New homes construction: permissions down in second quarter of 2018, data shows

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