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Local people must lobby for more housing says National Housing Federation
Local people must say ‘Yes to Homes’ to repair the South West housing market according to a report by the National Housing Federation (NHF).
The Exeter Daily - Posted 06/03/2014

Locals will be "robbed" by Elephant & Castle regeneration warns Peter Tatchell
Human rights activist Peter Tatchell was among the speakers at a public meeting last week which brought together many of those concerned by the impact of housing developments connected with the Elephant & Castle on open space in North Southwark.
London SE1 - Posted 06/03/2014

Sixty Icon Eric Pickles guilty of 'double standards' over energy planning applications
Green energy boss Dale Vince says communities secretary is applying greater local scrutiny to windfarms than fracking.
The Guardian - Posted 06/03/2014

Council wins eight-year fight to force gypsy couple to demolish double-wide mobile home they got away with building without planning permission - because it turned out 18inches too wide
A gypsy couple have been ordered to demolish the £250,000 home they have lived in for eight years, because it is 18 inches too wide.
Mail Online - Posted 06/03/2014

University students look under the skin of non-traditional properties
A group of engineering students have seen how improvements Merlin Housing Society is making to its non-traditional housing is dramatically extending their lifespan.
24 Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

'Eyesore' former Royal Mail building in Harrow is snapped up by property developer
A former sorting office in Harrow's College Road has been bought by The Hyde Group for £9.5million and is expected to be turned into housing.
Get West London - Posted 05/03/2014

Hammersmith to add more rational housing to the borough
A proposal to build 13 new factory-manufactured homes on an estate in Shepherd’s Bush, London, has secured the go-ahead from Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

200 affordable homes for Peterborough
Over 200 affordable homes will be built in Peterborough by early 2015 in a partnership between Westleigh Partnership Homes, Longhurst Group, L&H Homes and Peterborough City Council.
Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Developers strike a winning pose with historic building scheme
The developers behind plans to transform an historic building in Butler’s Wharf into a residential-led mixed-use scheme in Southwark, London, are celebrating gaining planning approval from the borough council.
Housing - Posted 05/03/2014

Graven Hill land secured for mass self-build
A council in Oxfordshire has agreed to buy 462 acres (187 hectares) of land where hundreds of people can build their own homes.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2014

Councillors approve Hatherleigh market's closure
Plans to close and demolish an ancient Devon cattle market and build more than 100 houses on the site have been approved.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2014

400 homes to be built on old gravel pit site in Dagenham
A former gravel pit and landfill site in Dagenham is to be transformed with the building of 400 homes thanks to the “Crossrail effect”.
London Evening Standard - Posted 05/03/2014

Beckfield Lane council homes underway backed by £403k grant
Work to begin building new council homes at Beckfield Lane has begun, backed by £403,054 grant funding from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).
City of York Council - Posted 04/03/2014

Sixty Icon HCA funds 650-home scheme on site of abuse scandal psychiatric hospital
The Homes and Communities Agency is ploughing £4.2 million into a new 650-home development on the site of what was once Britain's largest psychiatric hospital.
24 Housing - Posted 04/03/2014

UK's first self-build community a step closer as council signs land deal
The UK's first self-build community has moved a step closer after Cherwill District Council gave the green light to the multi-million pound purchase of a site at Bicester.
24 Housing - Posted 04/03/2014

Turley secures 176 homes for Wakefield
A planning consultancy Turley has secured permission for 176 new homes in Wakefield, Yorkshire, with outline approval for a further 450 to be built in the Knottingley area.
Housing - Posted 04/03/2014

Sixty Icon Property bosses call for two new London suburbs
Building new suburbs in the Lea Valley and Chessington, selling off more public land to developers and allowing more skyscrapers are among the suggestions put forward by a panel of property heads as possible solutions to London’s housing shortage.
City A.M. - Posted 04/03/2014

Video: Flats demolished in Old Trafford
A tower block in Old Trafford bit the dust in a controlled explosion. Built in the 1970's Fallon Court was demolished as part of a multi million pound regeneration.
ITV News - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Government urged to scrap Land Registry consultation
The Council of Property Search Organisations (CoPSO) has written to the Minister of State for Business and Energy, Michael Fallon MP, urging him to scrap the current consultation by the Land Registry on the centralisation of the local land charges register (LLCR).
24 Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

Preston psychiatric hospital all set to become new homes
A former psychiatric hospital in Preston is to be transformed into homes after the city council approved plans to extend and amend planning permission for the site earlier last month.
Housing - Posted 03/03/2014

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