The RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Journal Magazine has some interesting statistics on the ‘revival’ in the UK self-build housing market.

It quotes figures from the recently released “Self and Custom Build Market Report 2017” from NACSBA, including the fact that 13,000 self-build projects were completed in the UK in the past financial year, and that a lot of self-builders are in their late 50s or early 60s and based in the South West of England.

It also has the architect’s perspective on what the growth in self-build could mean for the profession.

The full article is well worth a read and can be found here