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Sixty Icon Elephant and Castle regeneration plans halted by council
Plans to regenerate parts of Elephant and Castle in south London have been halted by the local council.
BBC - Posted 18/01/2018

Homes plan back-firing, say councils
The scheme to tackle the housing crisis by converting offices to homes is back-firing and should be scrapped, local councils say.
BBC - Posted 18/01/2018

LGA: 1 in 10 new homes was a former office
Research reveals such conversions often include no affordable housing or supporting investment in infrastructure such as roads, schools and health services.
24 Housing - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Farmland set to be lost in Debenham as developers submit housing plans
Taylor Wimpey UK wants to build on a 45-acre area of farmland north of Gracechurch Street – between The Butts and Stony Lane – opposite the high school and sports and leisure centre.
East Anglian Daily Times - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Plans unveiled for 400-house development at former mill site
An 'ambitious' masterplan has been unveiled for a 400-home development in Radcliffe.
Bury Times - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon One in ten new homes was a former office
New analysis by the Local Government Association reveals nearly one in 10 new homes over the last two years was converted from an office and included no affordable housing or supporting investment in infrastructure such as roads, schools and health services.
Local Government Association - Posted 18/01/2018

Put a stop to permitted development rights which skirt the planning system, says Local Government Association
Almost one in 10 new homes created in the last two years were converted from offices without having to go through the planning system, according to research by the Local Government Association (LGA).
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 18/01/2018

Decision made on proposals to double the size of a new housing development
Shirecare Property Ltd was seeking approval to double the amount of homes on a Brigg site from five to 10.
Scunthorpe Telegraph - Posted 18/01/2018

Cracks in London market as fewer planning applications result in new homes
Cracks are appearing in London’s housing pipeline, with no new homes built on almost half the sites that were approved for planning permission three years ago.
Mortgage Strategy - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Residential transformation planned for Stockport office
Developers Rowlinson and Housing Capital Trust have submitted an application to convert a former sorting office in Stockport, bordering Exchange Street and the A6, into a mixed apartment, office, and retail development.
Place North West - Posted 18/01/2018

Lincolnshire housing development gets go ahead in Ancaster
Plans for 14 new homes in the Lincolnshire village of Ancaster have been given the go ahead with work due to start in early 2018.
East Midlands Business Link - Posted 18/01/2018

Sixty Icon Aster Group announces largest land-led scheme
Over 100 new homes coming to Christchurch.
24 Housing - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon House building pilot gains traction
Building work could begin on almost 1,500 new homes in the Sheffield City Region in a matter of months after an £8m pilot project aimed at building houses faster gained pace.
Yorkshire Post - Posted 17/01/2018

Southwark Council votes against Elephant and Castle plans
Southwark Council’s planning committee voted against approving proposals for a major redevelopment of almost 1,000 homes which offered just 3% social housing.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/01/2018

PDF: Fixing the Housing Crisis: Performance Indicators
In the London Plan that is currently out for consultation by the Mayor of London, there is a need figure of 66,000 homes to be built in the capital to keep pace with demand.
London First - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon London’s housing pipeline cracks as nearly half of new homes aren’t built
Nearly half of new homes (46%) given planning permission in the capital are not being built, according to new analysis from London First and Grant Thornton UK LLP.
London First - Posted 17/01/2018

Sixty Icon WV Living gets go ahead for nearly 300 new homes
A quarter of the homes developed will be affordable housing for rent and shared ownership.
24 Housing - Posted 17/01/2018

Half of London’s new homes don’t get built
Analysis shows only 46% of the capital’s new homes with planning permission get built.
24 Housing - Posted 17/01/2018

Hertford Bircherley Green redevelopment plans slammed over "absolutely shocking" lack of affordable housing
But the developers and the council say more affordable homes would make the plans "unviable".
Hertfordshire Mercury - Posted 17/01/2018

Almost 30 new sites added to Havering Council list of possible development locations
Havering Council will this month add Upminster Station car park, the area around Romford Station and the Romford Matalan to a list of sites it expects developers to build upon in the next 15 years.
Romford Recorder - Posted 17/01/2018

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