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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

Sixty Icon Nick Clegg says build garden cities or face more countryside planning disputes
Nick Clegg accuses David Cameron of being "reluctant" to go ahead with new garden cities and warns that there will be a "rash" of planning disputes across the countryside without them.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2014

Sixty Icon Pickles approves 504 Lancashire homes
The communities secretary has approved plans for 504 homes at Barrow in Lancashire after concluding that the council's lack of a five-year housing land supply weighed 'significantly in favour' of the development.
PlanningResource - Posted 27/02/2014

The plot to turn national parks into suburbia
A well-hidden clause in a dull document could lead to barns and outbuildings throughout our National Parks being converted into houses.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 27/02/2014

Northamptonshire County Council's £47m office plan submitted
Plans for a £47m county council office in Northampton town centre have been submitted to planners, the authority has announced.
BBC - Posted 27/02/2014

HCA's first community-led funding for Birmingham
Witton Lodge Community Association (WLCA) has secured Birmingham's first allocation of community-led funding to build new homes in the Perry Common, north Birmingham.
Homes & Communities Agency - Posted 26/02/2014

UK floods: Call for Budget funding increase for defences
Spending on flood risk management should be substantially increased in next month's Budget, a leading engineering organisation has said.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Statistics watchdog contradicts government claims over flood spending
UK Statistics Authority backs Commons library's assessment that funding has been cut by £247m in real terms.
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2014

Stockton's Swainby Road estate demolition 'progressing well'
A project to pull down almost 190 homes in a Teesside town is "progressing well", the local council has said.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Video: Localism and planning polices to control developments
When the Coalition came to power, they promised people a greater say about new housing, transport links and power plants in their area but how does the government get things built while balancing the wishes of Nimby [Not In My Back Yard] voters.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Plans for 12,000 new homes abandoned after floods
Plans to build new housing on several sites in Windsor and Maidenhead have been abandoned after recent floods exposed them as at risk.
24 Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Witton Lodge Community Association secures community-led funding for homes in Perry Common
Witton Lodge Community Association (WLCA) has secured community-led funding to build new homes in the Perry Common, north Birmingham.
Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Council will miss homes target after flood reclassifications
A local authority will miss its house building targets after recent floods revealed sites earmarked for housing were too high-risk.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Countryside facing 'destruction' through changes to planning laws in National Parks
Planning changes allowing barn conversions without planning permission in protected areas will lead to tens of thousands of 'luxury' and 'second homes', Sarah Wollaston MP says.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 25/02/2014

Agency vows to minimise flood risk
The Environment Agency cannot protect all people and all properties but will do all it can, the executive director of flood and coastal risk management at the agency has said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 25/02/2014

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