16 Mar

Potential for new houses for sale in south-east

Potential for new houses for sale in south-east

A housing conference is urging communities to drive plans for new houses for sale in south-east England.

Speakers at the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) South East Conference are calling on residents to back homebuilders to support new property for sale in Lewes, Winchester and other towns.

Localism Bill proposals include incentives for local residents to back homebuilders in the delivery of houses for sale in their area.

Plans to reward homebuilding with up to £200 million in cash bonuses could see communities backing the building of houses for sale in Hampshire, Sussex and Kent.

New property for sale in Brighton and Hove could prove popular with UK homebuyers.

Houses for sale in the city have seen their prices more than double over the past decade, according to the Land Registry.

Statistics for January 2011 reveal an average house price of £220,383 – more than double the January 2001 figure of £108,626.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800465534-ADNFCR

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