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Sonning Common boundary spat prompts protest advert
A spat over boundary changes has prompted an Oxfordshire council to publish a protest advert.
BBC - Posted 04/07/2014

Stoke-on-Trent £1 houses: New owners move in to homes
Owners of some homes in Stoke-on-Trent which were sold for £1 have moved in after renovation work was finished.
BBC - Posted 04/07/2014

Sixty Icon Boris would sell regeneration homes overseas at the same time as in London
Homes built using special powers allowing Boris Johnson to override town halls will be sold overseas at the same time as being offered to Londoners.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/07/2014

Use surplus NHS land for supported housing – think tank
Housing associations could help save the NHS £6bn over 25 years if they worked together to use surplus land for supported housing, a new report argues.
public sector executive - Posted 03/07/2014

Sixty Icon Middlewood Locks housing plan gets £575m foreign investment
A UK property developer has said it has secured funding from companies in Hong Kong and Singapore to build up to 2,000 new homes in central Salford.
BBC - Posted 03/07/2014

Sixty Icon Newmarket horse racing riled as homes backed
A 400-home development in a Suffolk town has been given the go-ahead despite opposition from some of the biggest names in horse racing.
BBC - Posted 03/07/2014

Sixty Icon Never the same again - Pete Apps
The promotional material for the Nine Elms regeneration makes grand claims, but it overlooks the shockingly low number of affordable homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/07/2014

Boris accused of 'anti-democratic land grab' by council
A Labour-led council has accused Boris Johnson of ‘an anti-democratic land grab’ after he proposed taking over planning control for a 24,000-home regeneration.
Inside Housing - Posted 03/07/2014

Court of Appeal rejects attempt to block new Hereford rugby club and housing
The Court of Appeal has rejected a parish council's attempt to block the development of a new rugby ground and 190 homes in Hereford.
24 Housing - Posted 03/07/2014

PDF: Building a Better Britain - A vision for the next Government
In this report we provide a vision for the next Government which sets out where these challenges lie. This report is intended to provide policy makers with a greater understanding of the impact of how places are designed, planned and built and how they affect our day to day lives.
RIBA - Posted 02/07/2014

Sixty Icon RIBA calls for a government-led review to assess green belt value
The Royal Institute of British Architects has called for a government-led review to assess the ‘environmental and local amenity’ value of the green belt.
Inside Housing - Posted 02/07/2014

First stage of multi-million regeneration given green light
The first stage of a council regeneration project, to turn a former industrial estate to a sustainable suburb, has been given planning permission.
Inside Housing - Posted 02/07/2014

Sixty Icon Turley research claims NPPF has had little impact on planning permissions
New research by planning consultancy Turley has claimed that the Government’s NPPF has failed to make an impact with local planning authorities.
Housing - Posted 02/07/2014

Westcliff regeneration project takes a step forward
North Lincolnshire Council and North Lincolnshire Homes, part of ongo, have been working together to develop the Westcliff Regeneration Programme, which has been making great progress.
ongo - Posted 02/07/2014

Four fifths of Britain's school buildings should no longer be in use, RIBA says
The Government must invest more in building new schools as 80 per cent of the current premises should not still be in operation, a report by RIBA claims.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 02/07/2014

Concern over Leconfield housing plan
Parish councillors have voiced concern over plans to build 49 new homes in Leconfield.
Driffield Post Times - Posted 02/07/2014

Bra tycoon Michelle Mone in fight with university bosses over plans to house 'anti-social' students next to her £1million dream home
Ultimo boss is fuming after Strathclyde University unveiled proposals.
Mail Online - Posted 02/07/2014

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

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