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The Meadows housing scheme gets started
Work has started on an £8.5m housing scheme as part of the continuing regeneration in The Meadows in Nottingham.
Insider Media - Posted 03/03/2014

Sixty Icon Exclusive: The Duke's Lodge: The apartment block, the Candy brothers, and another chapter in the expulsion of Londoners
When the uniformed security men arrived – posted at the main entrance, along the corridors and outside apartment doors – some of the residents thought something terrible had happened.
The Independent - Posted 03/03/2014

John Prescott on the floods: Into Hull and high water
There are many lessons to learn from the recent floods. Not least of those is that where investment in flood protection took place, 1.3million houses were prevented from flooding.
Mirror co uk - Posted 02/03/2014

Sixty Icon London Underground station expected to become housing after £53m sale
A former London Underground station is expected to be turned into housing after being sold for £53 million.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2014

Council to create 3,500 private rented homes
Newham Council has approved plans to create 3,500 new private rented homes.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2014

Preparing for bad weather – lessons from the UK floods
We discussed what councils can learn from the recent flooding. Here's what our panel of experts had to say.
The Guardian - Posted 02/03/2014

Sixty Icon Birmingham HS2 Curzon station plans unveiled
The scheme includes shops, 350,000 sq m of offices, a hotel and 2,000 homes around the Curzon station site.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2014

Stoke-on-Trent £1 houses: Renovation work begins
Work has begun on the renovation of 33 derelict houses in Stoke-on-Trent that are being sold for £1 each.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2014

Gravel pit to provide hundreds of new homes
Building work is now under way to turn the Lymington Fields site in Dagenham into a 418-home development.
24 Housing - Posted 02/03/2014

Sixty Icon UK floods: Britain doesn't need yet another overhaul of planning rules - Trudi Elliott
There is plenty of guidance that prevents foolish development in flood plains. We just need to start implementing it.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 28/02/2014

South Norfolk Council adopts the first Neighbourhood Development Plan in eastern England
South Norfolk Council agreed to formally adopt the Cringleford Neighbourhood Development Plan, at its full Council meeting on Monday night.
South Norfolk District Council - Posted 28/02/2014

Planning permission for new homes hits 5 year high
Planning permission was granted for 52,534 homes across England in 2013's final quarter, the highest quarterly total since Q1 2008.
24 Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Kier begins work on Stoke £1 homes
Kier Stoke is backing a new scheme to help people buy homes for just £1 and contributing to a £3m regeneration plan of the local area.
Kier Group plc - Posted 28/02/2014

Peterborough's £130m regeneration bid backed
Plans to bring £130m of business investment into Peterborough to help regenerate the city centre have been backed by a council's cabinet.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2014

Planning approvals up 22 per cent
The number of planning permissions for new homes has increased by 22 per cent year-on-year, figures published today show.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Sixty Icon Council to provide 3,500 new homes in 'ground breaking' PRS scheme
A London borough will establish a council-owned company to build thousands of private rented homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2014

Kier backs £1 home scheme
Kier Stoke is backing a new scheme to help people buy homes for just£1 and contributing to a £3 million regeneration plan of the local area.
Housing - Posted 27/02/2014

£1 homes in Stoke get a bit of TLC in regeneration project
Local residents who snapped up a home in Stoke for just £1 are to benefit from an extensive repair and maintenance programme.
24 Housing - Posted 27/02/2014

Sixty Icon Housing planning permissions up
Figures released today in HBF’s latest Housing Pipeline report show that planning permission was granted for 52,534 new homes in Q4 of last year, the highest quarterly total since Q1 2008.
Home Builders Federation - Posted 27/02/2014

The barn door shuts
If the rural economy is to thrive, then planners need to demonstrate a willingness to be sensible and flexible.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2014

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