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Sixty Icon Plans rejected for 970 new homes on Louth's Legbourne Road
Plans have been rejected for what would have been the largest ever single residential development for a Lincolnshire market town.
BBC - Posted 14/03/2014

Will London's skyline become an eyesore? 250 high rises are planned for the capital - including the 'Can of Ham' and the 'Pinaccle'
At 365ft high, St Paul's Cathedral dominated central London's skyline for almost 300 years, until the development of Canary Wharf and, later, the Gherkin and the Shard.
Mail Online - Posted 14/03/2014

London's glittering spires: Nearly 250 high-rise developments planned for the capital
Up until recently Canary Wharf was the only place for skyscrapers in London.
The Independent - Posted 14/03/2014

From dream to reality
A 30-year private finance initiative is bringing to life the £650 million regeneration of Pendleton, says Paul Hayes.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/03/2014

New app unravels London's planning scene
A new free app has been released that offers users an easy way to navigate London's planning scene.
24 Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

Sixty Icon Before and after! See Liverpool historic town houses saved in £1m restoration
Pair of empty Grade II-listed Regency style townhouses in Kensington converted into flats.
Liverpool Echo - Posted 13/03/2014

Sixty Icon Investors sought for massive Birmingham housing scheme
International investors were invited to stake their cash in a massive brownfield housing development project in Birmingham at the MIPIM property event in Cannes yesterday.
24 Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

New homes plan for former Preston mill
A developer has submitted plans for the construction of new homes on the site of a former mill in Preston, Lancashire.
Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

Developers shortlisted for 1,500-home Olympic Park plans
Six developers have been shortlisted to deliver a massive new housing project at the Olympic Park in east London.
24 Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

New lease of life for Harrow estate
A council estate in Harrow has been transformed following a £2 million renovation project that included features requested by residents.
Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

Sixty Icon London's on the up as boom sees skyscraper total double
The number of skyscrapers in the capital is set to double, transforming the skyline, a survey claims today.
London Evening Standard - Posted 13/03/2014

Four new bridges for London: closing the north-south property price divide
Four new Thames crossings and the dramatic expansion of the south bank will help to shift London's historic house price divide in the next five years.
Homes & Property - Posted 13/03/2014

MoD to build thousands of homes for returning soldiers that would BLOCK out the summer solstice sunrise at Stonehenge
The MoD has been warned that it faces 'a global storm of protest' after it unveiled plans to build homes for soldiers near Stonehenge.
Mail Online - Posted 13/03/2014

Land sale to fund new council homes in Northampton
Plans to sell council land to developers to held fund 100 new council homes in Northampton are going before councillors.
BBC - Posted 13/03/2014

Sixty Icon Public land to be released for PRS schemes in London
Boris Johnson will release public land in a bid to woo institutional investors to fund the building of hundreds of private rented sector homes in the capital.
Inside Housing - Posted 13/03/2014

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

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