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Innovative plans for 500,000 new homes unveiled to avert "emerging housing nightmare"
Innovative plans have been unveiled by councils which would provide half a million desperately-needed new homes for hard-pressed families by the end of the decade.
Local Government Association - Posted 08/07/2014

Sixty Icon Woking villages earmarked to lose greenbelt status
The greenbelt status of several villages around Woking could be at risk under plans to build 550 new homes between 2022 and 2027.
BBC - Posted 08/07/2014

Sixty Icon Slough council to set up housing developer
A Berkshire council is considering setting up a housing company to buy and develop land.
BBC - Posted 08/07/2014

Sixty Icon Give planning changes time to take effect says countryside business lobby
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) has given its backing to a report on rural housing, but has called for updates to the planning system to be given more time to take effect.
Housing - Posted 08/07/2014

Green light for £20m Durham student housing scheme
Durham County Council's have granted planning permission for a student housing development at Sheraton Park, Neville's Cross, which will result in a £420k injection in development funding for the local community.
Housing - Posted 08/07/2014

Consultation begins on £1.4m South Cumbria homes proposal
Residents are being given their first chance to view plans for 11 new affordable South Cumbria homes.
North West Evening Mail - Posted 08/07/2014

Sixty Icon Cornwall gets Growth Deal millions for economy
Millions of pounds of government investment has been announced for economic development in Cornwall.
BBC - Posted 08/07/2014

Coventry and Warwickshire development funding announced
More than £74m of government funding has been awarded to Coventry and Warwickshire to boost the local economy.
BBC - Posted 08/07/2014

Council pleased to see homes demolished
Barnet Council as welcomed the demolition of five derelict homes on its patch.
24 Housing - Posted 08/07/2014

PDF: Lancashire Growth Deal
The Lancashire Growth Deal aims to realise the growth potential of the whole of Lancashire, building on key local economic assets including the universities and colleges, the Lancashire Advanced Engineering & Manufacturing Enterprise Zone, the Preston and South Ribble Lancashire City Deal, and the high value business clusters in Central and East Lancashire.
GOV.UK - Posted 07/07/2014

Sixty Icon Plans blocked after developer fails to provide funds for affordable housing
A developer's plans have been blocked after it failed to provide sufficient funding for affordable housing.
24 Housing - Posted 07/07/2014

Councils draw up plan for 500,000 homes to avert "housing nightmare"
A package of measures designed to deliver 500,000 homes by the end of the decade has been put forward by the Local Government Association.
Housing - Posted 07/07/2014

Sixty Icon £104m Government investment to create 6,000 jobs, improve housing and flood defences in Hull
About 6,000 long-term jobs are to be created in the Humber as the Government pumps nearly £104m into the region’s economy.
Hull Daily Mail - Posted 07/07/2014

Sixty Icon Councils demand half a million new homes
Local authorities across England and Wales are calling for plans to build half a million new homes before the end of the decade.
BBC - Posted 07/07/2014

CLA: Countryside needs more homes
More homes are needed to sustain rural areas, the Country Land and Business Association has claimed.
24 Housing - Posted 07/07/2014

Government plans hundreds of housing developments from £2bn regeneration fund
The government plans to provide £5bn of funding through local growth deals, to rebalance the country’s London-centric economy and create growth elsewhere.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/07/2014

£6bn fund announced for English regions
Ministers are setting out plans for £6bn of investment in new homes, transport links and training across England as the parties fight for regional voters’ loyalties before next year’s general election.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 07/07/2014

Historical Rolls-Royce site in Derby to be redeveloped
A major redevelopment could see hundreds of homes built on a Derby Rolls-Royce site where aeroplane engines were made for both world wars.
BBC - Posted 06/07/2014

Sixty Icon Opinion: A manifesto for empty homes
Difficulties in fully spending funding allocations to bring empty homes back into use, shouldn’t discourage associations or the government from improving the system, writes Alan Fraser, chief executive of Birmingham YMCA.
24 Housing - Posted 05/07/2014

Council moves to stop offices being turned into flats
A London borough council is set to discuss proposals to extend planning restrictions to prevent developers from converting office space into residential use without planning permission.
24 Housing - Posted 05/07/2014

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