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Half of affordable homes in rural areas lost to viability assessments
Nearly half of planned affordable homes are ‘lost’ when viability assessments are used in rural areas, new research indicates.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/03/2018

Planning application for 60 houses on field on edge of Sedgefield
Residents fear the character of their town would be destroyed if another proposed new housing development is given the green light.
The Northern Echo - Posted 04/03/2018

Sixty Icon 'Nimby' councils failing to build enough homes will lose planning powers, says Javid
Housing secretary says independent inspectors will take over and decide where new houses are placed.
The Guardian - Posted 04/03/2018

Kent councils could lose powers over house-building targets
Councils face being stripped of their powers to decide how many houses should be built in their area if they fail to set targets, the government is due to announce on Monday.
Kent Online - Posted 04/03/2018

Sajid Javid exclusive interview: Garden towns and expressway to sprout up in Oxbridge corridor
Thousands of new homes are to be approved and council Nimbyism curbed, the housing secretary Sajid Javid tells Tim Shipman.
The Times (register) - Posted 04/03/2018

Councils warned to meet homes targets or lose planning powers
Councils in England could be stripped of planning powers if not enough homes are being built in their areas, Housing Secretary Sajid Javid has warned.
BBC - Posted 04/03/2018

Loophole used to cut affordable housing in rural England – report
Government urged to tighten planning laws that are currently being exploited by developers.
The Guardian - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Plans could see 126 affordable properties built on former St Andrew's High School site
Plans have been submitted for 126 new affordable properties on the site of the former St Andrew's High School.
Clydebank Post - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon Plans announced for new 150-house state in Guildford green belt
Developers Ashill unveiled their proposals for Keens Lane in Worplesdon for the first time at a public meeting on February 23.
Get Surrey - Posted 03/03/2018

PDF: Viable villages - closing the planning loophole that undercuts affordable housing in the countryside
For decades, England hasn’t built enough genuinely affordable homes in rural or urban areas.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - Posted 03/03/2018

Viable villages: closing the planning loophole that undercuts affordable housing in the countryside
Following cuts to capital grant and financial restrictions on councils, we now rely on private developers to deliver a large share of new affordable homes through the Section 106 system.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - Posted 03/03/2018

Villages are unviable without affordable homes
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is known for sticking up for the countryside and rural communities, while Shelter is known for campaigning to end bad housing and homelessness.
Shelter Blog - Posted 03/03/2018

Developers ‘exploiting loophole’ to deny rural communities affordable homes
Housing developers are using a legal loophole to dodge building affordable homes across the countryside, according to data analysed together for the first time by Shelter and the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
24 Housing - Posted 03/03/2018

Sixty Icon What our planning system needs to do
Matt Thomson shares his ‘to do’ list for the revised national planning rules.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - Posted 03/03/2018

Green light for conversion of former Bass Maltings into 90 flats in Burton
In 1979 there were plans to knock down the former brewery hub, but it was granted Grade II protected status.
Burton Mail - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Developer lodges plans to build more than 100 homes on disused Aberdeen papermill plot
A developer has lodged detailed plans to build a new residential development of more than 100 homes in Aberdeen.
Evening Express - Posted 02/03/2018

Updated planning framework key to delivering affordable housing
In anticipation of the updated National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) and the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) are calling on government to clarify and strengthen its commitment to delivering affordable housing.
Planning & Building Control Today - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon NHF launches commission into improving areas in economic decline
The National Housing Federation (NHF) is launching its first commission in more than 10 years investigating how housing associations can help regenerate areas in economic decline.
Inside Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

Rebuilding existing neighbourhoods to create Great Places
After years of focusing on new delivery, the National Housing Federation is now looking at regeneration through its Great Places Commission. Ruth Davison explains more
Inside Housing - Posted 02/03/2018

Residents invited to submit views on draft Elgin masterplan
Residents are being invited to submit their views on plans to develop hundreds of affordable homes in Elgin.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 02/03/2018

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