Commenting after the publication by the Department for Communities of the 2017 Housing Market Symposium Report, Construction Employers Federation Managing Director John Armstrong said...
In addition to the alarmingly high number of jobs lost in the construction sector during the recession, perhaps the most visible aspect of the downturn was the significant drop in both property values and new builds …
There is now a critical need for new homes to be built – from the positive impact this would have on jobs to how new housing underpins both regeneration and economic growth.
With less than 50% of new housing need having been met consistently over the last decade, there is a very urgent need to act and act now – particularly in respect of private housing.
The Construction Employers Federation has today submitted its response to the Department of Finance's Northern Ireland Budget Outlook 2018-20 consultation.
Hagan Homes, Northern Ireland’s largest home builder, are commencing the tender process for The Village development in Belfast in January 2018 and are inviting suitably qualified, competent and experienced principal contractors to express interest.