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Sixty Icon The Battle of Haringey: What it means for regeneration
Haringey’s HDV regeneration plans have been blighted by opposition campaigns and bitter disagreements. CN examines the factors behind the controversy and the consequences for projects across the UK.
Construction News (register) - Posted 19/03/2018

Curo win permission for 89-home plan in Peasedown
Meeting attendees shouted 'shame on you' as councillors approved the plan.
Bath Chronicle - Posted 19/03/2018

Sixty Icon Eye and Dunsden campaigners raising fighting fund
Campaigners fighting plans for a 245-home housing estate on farmland are crowdfunding for what they describe as a "David and Goliath" battle.
BBC - Posted 19/03/2018

Blow for Congresbury housing plans
Plans to build dozens of homes in Congresbury have been dented due to highways concerns.
North Somerset Times - Posted 19/03/2018

Lewisham Gateway: Councillors fear locals will not get homes
A proposal for affordable housing on the Lewisham Gateway development has been criticised for not prioritising Lewisham residents and not providing housing for families.
News Shopper - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon Green light for housing boom that will see 13,500 new homes in the area - including these five major developments
North East Lincolnshire Council Cabinet has approved its new housing strategy which hopes to create 13,500 new homes.
Grimsby Telegraph - Posted 18/03/2018

Councillor calls for developers to end Somerset village’s affordable housing ‘shortage’
Affordable homes should be built in Wedmore before plans for a development for people aged over 55 are given the green light, according to a councillor.
The Weston Mercury - Posted 18/03/2018

Sixty Icon Four per cent response rate to St Albans Local Plan
A £36,000 six-week consultation on the St Albans Local Plan has only yielded a four per cent household response rate.
The Herts Advertiser - Posted 18/03/2018

Students bring £500m economic boost to city
More student flat developments capable of housing almost 10,000 are planned for Glasgow.
Evening Times - Posted 17/03/2018

Affordable housing plan for eyesore former Blackburn care home
An eyesore care home which has stood empty for more than 10 years could be set for a new lease of life.
This is Lancashire - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon 150 new homes planned for old Afan Lido site on Aberavon seafront
Work is expected to start on the scheme early next year.
Wales Online - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon New 250-home estate proposed for Daubhill recreation ground
A recreation ground in the middle of a housing estate could be transformed into 250 homes.
The Bolton News - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Legal and General to reveal plans for New England Quarter development
Residents will get their first chance to see plans for the redevelopment of the Longley Industrial Estate.
The Argus - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Families furious after plan revealed to build 150 homes on football fields
It is part of plans to build 26,000 houses across North Staffordshire by 2033.
The Sentinel - Posted 17/03/2018

Housing masterplan given cash injection
Almost half a million pounds has been handed to local authorities in the West of England to help deliver a masterplan for 100,000 homes.
North Somerset Times - Posted 17/03/2018

'The south of England's problems should not affect St Helens' says action group
An action group which has campaigned against development on green belt land insists housing shortages in "the south of England" should not influence policy in St Helens.
St Helens Star - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Lack of funds could put an end to Chalgrove Airfield plans
A vital part of a council’s plan for thousands of homes could be ditched over worries that infrastructure supporting it might not be built.
Oxford Mail - Posted 17/03/2018

11 important plans for Wirral you probably didn't know about
Shops, houses and restaurants on the way.
Liverpool Echo - Posted 17/03/2018

Sixty Icon Homes England invests in Otterpool Park
Homes England has completed the purchase of 60 hectares of land in the area earmarked by Shepway District Council for Otterpool Park, a garden town for the future.
GOV.UK - Posted 16/03/2018

Council consultation to assess housing needs of boat dwellers
The City Council is consulting with boat dwellers in Oxford to assess their accommodation needs as part of the development of the city’s new Local Plan to 2036.
Oxford City Council - Posted 16/03/2018

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