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Surge in new home registration creates cabling demand - Structure Cabling

New home registrations have reached a level not witnessed since before the 2008-09 financial crisis.

According to the National House Building Council (NHBC), there were 36,343 registrations between July and September - the highest number of new-builds since 2007.

This represented a rise of eight per cent on the equivalent quarter in 2013 - which could be good news for the structured cabling industry.

Each of these new properties will need wiring, and many will be equipped with ultra-fast fibre-to-the-premises connectivity solutions.

NHBC chief executive Mike Quinton said the sharp housing upturn seen over the last couple of years is "a genuine broad-based recovery" across the whole of the country.

He claimed there are "pockets of strong growth" in the north-east, Yorkshire and Humberside and West Midlands.

"It is now increasingly apparent that housing growth is no longer London and south-east-centric, with these regions beginning to show signs of cooling," Mr Quinton added.

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