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Doncaster estate to be transformed
Doncaster residents will soon benefit from a £6.7 million investment to build new homes and regenerate part of the Willow Estate in Thorne.
Homes England - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon Planning cities as if people really mattered
Accommodating shifting – and often expanding – populations within an urban setting isn’t just about buildings and roads. It’s also about creating a society that recognizes the link between health, equity and the built environment.
KPMG - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon ‘Beds in sheds' building in north-west London is torn down by council
A council has taken landmark action to demolish an outbuilding which it suspected would have been used as an illegal “beds in sheds” dwelling.
London Evening Standard - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon Lord Smith: flooding budget cuts put UK at the mercy of extreme weather
Outgoing Environment Agency chair warns of ‘false economy’ of failing to improve protection and speaks frankly on Owen Paterson, the ‘greenest government’ and fracking safety.
The Guardian - Posted 27/06/2014

Tesco hoarding enough land for 15,000 houses: Supermarket said to own 310 sites which it has yet to build on
Tesco is hoarding enough undeveloped land to build 15,000 new homes.
Mail Online - Posted 27/06/2014

Squeezed out
The number of homes delivered under section 106 obligations is falling. Nick Johnstone examines why affordable housing is feeling the pinch.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

On the loose
Councils are failing to plan properly for housing in many cases - which is opening the door for development. Mark Wilding investigates what happens when local planning falls down.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

What's in a name?
The government has announced plans for a series of new garden cities. Simon Brandon checks out one of the originals and asks if the new breed will live up to founding father Ebenezer Howard’s vision.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon PRS landlord wants section 106 relaxed
A private rented sector landlord is calling for local authorities to adjust section 106 requirements for private rented sector landlords, as it seeks to more than double its portfolio with cash from an Abu Dhabi investor.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon Top 50 developing associations ramp up activity for 2015
Survey reveals 70 per cent more new homes are planned for next financial year.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

£20m regeneration scheme of Birmingham gateway celebrates milestone
A £20 million project to bring affordable new homes to Birmingham has celebrated a major milestone by launching its first show homes for purchasers looking to buy into the regeneration of Newtown.
24 Housing - Posted 27/06/2014

Sixty Icon Revealed: Tesco hoarding land that could build 15,000 homes
Investigation reveals embattled supermarket chain's land bank bigger than estimated – 310 separate sites without a Tesco store.
The Guardian - Posted 26/06/2014

Video: Garden cities are 'not a solution to the housing problem', says policy professor
Garden cities are environmentally damaging, expensive and slow to build, said Professor Anne Power, social policy professor at the London School of Economics, talking about the government’s plans for a new generation of the developments.
Inside Housing - Posted 26/06/2014

Development of luxury apartments at Gateshead hospital site gets underway
Prince Bishops Homes (PBH) has reached a major milestone after work commenced on the refurbishment of three blocks of flats in the grounds of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Gateshead.
Derwentside Homes - Posted 26/06/2014

Executive Director responds to plans to build homes on brownfield sites - Mike Ward
According to ministers, local authorities will play a "critical role" in bringing forward brownfield land and will be asked to put in place local development orders which can provide sites with outline planning permission to speed up the building of new homes.
Clarion Housing Association - Posted 26/06/2014

Sixty Icon Manchester's housing deal will bring 6,000 new homes to the east side
The £1bn regeneration invests in poorer neighbourhoods at a time when housing has hit an affordability crisis.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 26/06/2014

Sixty Icon UK public 'should be primed to expect more infrastructure failures'
Local transport particularly at risk, as infrastructure struggles to cope with increasing number of extreme weather events.
The Guardian - Posted 26/06/2014

Oxfordshire unveils plans for new children's homes
Four children's homes for vulnerable youngsters are being planned in Oxfordshire.
BBC - Posted 26/06/2014

Doncaster seven care homes closure plans approved
Doncaster Council has approved plans to close all seven of its care homes to save £1.9m, despite fierce opposition.
BBC - Posted 26/06/2014

Cherwell District Council turns down housing development on grounds it would harm historic setting
Cherwell District Council has turned down a planning application for a housing development on land next to St Swithun's Church on the grounds that it would harm the historic setting.
Housing - Posted 26/06/2014

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