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Hidden Plymouth manor house to be knocked down for housing estate
Developer Burrington Estates wants to replace the building with 14 new homes.
Plymouth Herald - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Newland buys factory site as new housing scheme looms
A property developer has snapped up a factory site in Claverham – just days before villagers vote on how they want to see the area evolve over the next decade.
North Somerset Times - Posted 16/01/2018

Planners and developers must work together to create better communities
Developers and planners in Northern Ireland are facing significant challenges including the key issue of lack of land for housing developments.
The Irish News - Posted 16/01/2018

Controversial plans to build 50 new homes in rural village
The homes are planned for land off the busy A48 north of Hendy in Carmarthenshire.
Wales Online - Posted 16/01/2018

Government ‘serious’ about newly launched land banking review
Head of the review Sir Oliver Letwin commits to seeking “practical, non-partisan recommendations” to speed up home building.
24 Housing - Posted 16/01/2018

Martlesham Heath Adastral Park 2,000 new homes approved
Plans for 2,000 new homes in Martlesham Heath near Ipswich have been approved by councillors.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Bromsgrove District Council must deliver a further 2,300 homes by 2030, with consultation on site selection expected shortly
Bromsgrove council must find space to provide a further 2,300 homes between 2023 and 2030, with the Green Belt set to be reviewed.
Bromsgrove Advertiser - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Torfaen school site and a nursery could be turned into social housing
A decision on the future of a school site and a nursery will be discussed by Torfaen council with a view of transforming the sites into social housing.
South Wales Argus - Posted 16/01/2018

Councillor Clive Jones said the lack of affordable housing could cause Wokingham Borough Council to reject the plans again
Fresh plans to build flats at the site of a former motor magazine have been submitted.
Reading Chronicle - Posted 16/01/2018

Sixty Icon Suffolk Coastal approves 2,000 homes at Adastral Park - as developers seek to attract Apple and Facebook to business hub
Two thousand homes have been given the go ahead in east Suffolk – in a move that could also support a new business hub attracting technology giants Apple and Facebook.
East Anglian Daily Times - Posted 16/01/2018

Controversial housing bid on edge of Dereham is refused - because of a railway bridge
A single carriageway road bridge over a heritage railway line proved to be a bridge too far for an application for 291 houses in Dereham which was refused by planners.
EDP 24 - Posted 15/01/2018

Affordable housing sum agreed for Worthing hotel site
Councillors have voted to accept a contribution of £100,000 towards affordable housing from a developer planning to convert a vacant hotel in Worthing.
Worthing Herald - Posted 15/01/2018

Sixty Icon First of Hackney’s new wave of council housing approved
Hackney Council has approved plans by emerging practice Al-Jawad Pike for the first of its new wave of local authority-built homes.
Architects Journal (register) - Posted 15/01/2018

Plans lodged for 25 three-bedroom houses in Dundee
Plans have been submitted for a new housing development in Whitfield as part of a “major regeneration initiative”.
Evening Telegraph - Posted 15/01/2018

Government reveals panel members for planning permission review
The government has revealed the panel that will lead a review looking into why planning permissions are not being used.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/01/2018

Permission expected for 130-house development in Belfast
A 130-house development in east Belfast looks set to be given the green light.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 15/01/2018

Councillors query approval of Tull Way development
A 'number of conditions' imposed on scheme after appeal.
Newbury Today - Posted 15/01/2018

Probe starts into land-banking house builders claim
The new Ministry of Housing has appointed a line-up of experts to investigate why house builders are failing to build out sites with planning.
Construction Enquirer - Posted 15/01/2018

Gladman plans for Stokesley homes will go to appeal
Plans to build up to 110 homes on the outskirts of a town have been rejected by a council - but an appeal has already been lodged by developers.
The Northern Echo - Posted 15/01/2018

Sixty Icon The major plans for 5,000 new homes that could transform Wales’ M4 corridor
Plans are being discussed for one of the biggest regeneration projects ever seen in south Wales, which would include 5,000 new homes.
Wales Online - Posted 15/01/2018

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