AN appeal has gone out, to people who have had experience of building and renovating their own homes, to help shape future policy.
The UK-wide National Self Build & Renovation Centre has issued its third consecutive annual survey, saying: “The anonymous survey is a vital for compiling data on people’s experiences as there remains limited information on activity, and this is key for informing policy and practice moving forwards.”
It continues: “Ten minutes of your time can help more people build, as it provides a picture of activity that allows the National Custom and Self Build Association (NaCSBA) to evidence its recommendations to government and industry.”
Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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