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Sixty Icon MP attacks 'greed' of huge Kidbrooke Village plan in south east London
A giant tower block on the site of a notorious estate has sparked a row, with the developers accused of “sheer naked greed and opportunism” by the area’s MP.
London Evening Standard - Posted 02/07/2014

Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium delay blamed on minister's 'Arsenal support'
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has been asked if he is foot-dragging over a decision that is delaying the start of Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium because he is a fan of their rivals Arsenal.
24 Housing - Posted 02/07/2014

L&Q's Forest Hill Estates Refurbishment Shortlisted For Award
A multi-million pound overhaul of run-down tower blocks in South London has won praise for its "amazing transformation" of tenants' homes and is now in contention for a major award.
L&Q Group - Posted 30/06/2014

Pickles visits PRS tower block transformations
Communities secretary Eric Pickles has visited Ancoats in Manchester to see the Three Towers project, which is transforming formerly derelict tower blocks into new homes for the private rental market.
24 Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Eric Pickles MP visits Ancoats tower blocks undergoing transformation
Communities and Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles MP has visited Ancoats in Manchester to see the Three Towers project, which is transforming formerly derelict tower blocks into new homes for the private rental market.
Homes England - Posted 30/06/2014

Pendleton Together hailed a “shining example” by National Housing Federation leader
A housing supremo has given the £650 million regeneration of Pendleton his seal of approval on a recent visit to the scheme (Wednesday 25 June).
24 Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Sixty Icon Birmingham's empty homes success is a nice little earner thanks to council tax income boost
Birmingham City Council has boasted that it success in bringing 1,400 privately owned empty properties back into use has given the city's housing stock a "massive boost" and brought financial gains too.
Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Barratt to build homes on site of Doncaster Rovers' old Belle Vue ground
Over 150 homes are to be built on the site of Doncaster Rovers’ old Belle Vue ground.
Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Boris Johnson publishes planning guidance to protect London's character
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has published detailed planning guidance aimed at protecting the character of the capital.
Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Sixty Icon Planning guidance to preserve 'character of London'
New planning guidance which seeks to preserve the ‘character of London’ within future developments was published on Friday.
Inside Housing - Posted 30/06/2014

Objections raised to children's home in Wellingborough
Concerns have been raised over plans to turn a residential house into a children’s home.
Northamptonshire Telegraph - Posted 30/06/2014

Sixty Icon Boris Johnson: Let households own shale gas and oil beneath their land
People will be more likely to support fracking if they have a direct commercial interest in the extraction of shale oil and gas beneath their land, Mayor of London says.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 30/06/2014

How The Prince's Foundation has given communities a say on design
A distinctly bottom-up approach shifts the system from being adversarial to collaborative.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 30/06/2014

UK govt proposals for garden cities not enough, new analysis suggests
The UK government’s Garden Cities programme will not help solve the housing crisis unless the number of homes planned for locally is large enough to meet true housing need, according to property adviser Savills.
Property Wire - Posted 30/06/2014

TCPA conference to explore planning and social justice
Leading Housing and Planning Charity the Town & Country Planning Association (TCPA) will host the Planning Out Poverty conference on Wednesday 2 July at Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, London SE1 9NH.
24 Housing - Posted 29/06/2014

Tottenham Hotspur stadium delay discussed in House of Commons
Tottenham MP David Lammy has confronted Planning Minister Nick Boles on his department's procrastination over a compulsory purchase order that continues to delay the development of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
24 Housing - Posted 29/06/2014

Sixty Icon Council discussing 4,000-home 'garden city' plan in Oxford
Oxford City Council is to discuss joining up with other landowners to create a "garden city" development that would include 4,000 homes.
BBC - Posted 29/06/2014

The Prince of Wales's views on architecture over three decades
Thirty years of – often controversial – pronouncements and interventions.
Financial Times (register) - Posted 28/06/2014

Homes to be built on former pub site
Plans to built 17 affordable homes on the site of a former pub look set to get the green light - despite objections from neighbouring residents.
Lancashire Evening Post - Posted 28/06/2014

London borough takes landmark action to rip down 'bed in shed' eyesore
Hillingdon Council is taking landmark action by demolishing an illegal outbuilding after the owner failed to heed repeated warnings.
24 Housing - Posted 28/06/2014

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