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Sixty Icon Building on the suburban dream
John Betjeman may well be turning in his grave: there are plans afoot for the "urban intensification" of London's suburbs.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2014

South Kilburn says goodbye to two tower blocks as part of £660m regeneration project
The skyline in South Kilburn is about to change with the demolition of two tower blocks as part of a £660million regeneration project.
Brent & Kilburn Times - Posted 12/03/2014

MIPIM 2014: Catalyst buys hospital site for £80m resi scheme
Developer and housing association Catalyst has bought an Ealing hospital site in west London for a £80m residential scheme.
Estates Gazette - Posted 12/03/2014

£1.7m Contour Homes scheme creates more affordable apartments in Salford
An innovative £1.7m development that includes ‘convertible homes’ to make sure people’s housing needs are better met in the future has been completed in Salford.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2014

Mayor launches new drive to release land for hundreds more homes to rent
The Mayor, Boris Johnson, has outlined plans to create more than 1,000 new high quality homes for long term private rent to help relieve pressure on the capital’s housing market, improve standards for tenants and boost the economy.
LONDON.GOV.UK - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon Can garden cities and new towns work in the 21st century? - Hugh Ellis
All major political parties have called for more garden cities and new towns, but there are lessons from the past to learn first.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 12/03/2014

Spire Homes have big plans in Market Harborough
Spire Homes are proud to announce that their £5.7 million housing development programme in Market Harborough to provide nearly 60 new affordable homes is underway.
24 Housing - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon Southampton sets sail towards prosperous future
A former shipyard site is being transformed into a thriving mixed community that will bring much-needed homes, jobs and prosperity to the deprived area of Woolston in Southampton.
Homes & Communities Agency - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon MoD home plan will 'obscure' sunrise at Stonehenge, says expert
Concerns have been raised that plans to expand an army base will "obscure" the summer solstice at Stonehenge.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2014

Room with no view? Shoddy two-storey extension built without planning permission has plunged family's home into darkness and taken £100,000 off value
Mother-of-two Helen Coughlan wanted to improve her family home by converting her loft.
Mail Online - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon New station for Tottenham amid mass new housing drive
Plans have been approved to overhaul Tottenham Hale rail station, amid a vast development which will ultimately bring 5,000 new homes to the area.
24 Housing - Posted 11/03/2014

Derelict Brighton villa turned into housing for homeless
A charity has seen the first tenants move into a formerly derelict Victorian villa in Brighton.
24 Housing - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Further alterations to the London Plan
Read our briefing on the changes to the planning strategy for London.
National Housing Federation - Posted 11/03/2014

Plans to upgrade homeless centres
Birmingham’s three homeless centres are set for a £3 million refurbishment and upgrade. - Posted 11/03/2014

Basement extension craze set to spread to London's suburbs
The trend for excavating huge, multi-level basements looks set to spread to London’s suburbs as house prices continue to rise, planning experts have said.
London Evening Standard - Posted 11/03/2014

Council plans largest social development in 20 years
A local authority’s plan to build 100 new homes is to be discussed at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/03/2014

Reform 'will provide more rural housing'
Planning reforms will provide more rural housing without building on the countryside, says the government.
Rural Services Network - Posted 10/03/2014

117 new 'sporadic' homes refused by council
An application to build 117 homes on the edge of Banbury has been refused by councillors citing the development as a "sporadic and unsustainable" extension of the town's boundary.
24 Housing - Posted 10/03/2014

Planning guidance made 'more accessible'
The Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has underlined its commitment to root and branch planning reform by, according to Nick Boles MP, making it 'simpler, clearer and easier for people to use, allowing local communities to shape where development should and should not go.'
Coalition Watch - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Lib Dems approve motion calling for planning reform
The Liberal Democrats have called for a public consultation on limiting the role of planning inspectors, following the success of a motion which wanted to ‘have its cake and eat it’.
Inside Housing - Posted 10/03/2014

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