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Sixty Icon Engineers rate UK flood adaptation solutions
Redesigned houses, energy-generating coastal defences and raised roads preferable to dredging or tree-planting.
The Guardian - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Windsor to rethink housing plans for flood risk areas
The recent floods have shown that several areas of Windsor and Maidenhead previously deemed suitable for new housing can no longer be built upon.
BBC - Posted 25/02/2014

Sixty Icon Planning permission submitted for 50-storey residential tower
A planning application has been submitted for a new development with a 50 storey apartment building in London which will have around 90 affordable homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Liverpool to develop vacant plots
Liverpool City Council has launched a project aimed at bringing vacant land back into use for small-scale housing projects.
24 Housing - Posted 24/02/2014

Tenants hold the key to success
The first tenants have moved into their new homes on the Hodgsons Road Estate, Blyth.
24 Housing - Posted 24/02/2014

Sixty Icon Plans to relax building regulations in our national parks will spell disaster
A proposal to make building in our national parks easier threatens the landscape and a fragile rural economy.
The Guardian - Posted 24/02/2014

Anne backed over rural housing bid
Campaigners have backed the Princess Royal for challenging the development of large-scale new towns and instead highlighting the benefits of limited expansion of rural villages.
London Evening Standard - Posted 23/02/2014

Sixty Icon Northumberland green-belt homes plan causes concern
Plans to build 24,000 new homes on green belt land across Northumberland have angered campaigners.
BBC - Posted 23/02/2014

Sixty Icon Royal Norwich Golf Club members back housing plans
Plans to move the Royal Norwich Golf Club (RNGC) to a new course and build up to 1,000 homes on its current site have been backed by its members.
BBC - Posted 23/02/2014

Canning Town to become a "Borough Market-style destination"
Newham council is bringing £3.7 billion of investment and up to 10,000 new homes to Canning Town.
Homes & Property - Posted 23/02/2014

Southampton City Council and Bouygues Development sign contract to redevelop Weston Lane Shopping Parade
Southampton City Council has signed a contract with Bouygues Development to redevelop the Weston Lane Shopping Parade.
Housing - Posted 21/02/2014

Pay farmers for water management under CAP, says National Trust official
Soil management policy equally as important, says Peter Nixon, who has been warning of devastating floods for past decade.
The Guardian - Posted 21/02/2014

William Davis starts work on £8.5 million scheme as part of The Meadows regeneration in Nottingham
Work has started on an £8.5 million housing scheme on Pitcairn Close and Hobart Close as part of the continuing regeneration of The Meadows, Nottingham.
Housing - Posted 21/02/2014

Former school of nursing in Westminster redeveloped to create affordable apartments for Peabody
The former MacDonald Buchanan House School of Nursing on Ogle Street, London W1 has been redeveloped to create 21 affordable apartments over eight floors.
Housing - Posted 21/02/2014

Sixty Icon UK floods: Damage 'could have been prevented'
Some of the damage caused by the recent floods could have been prevented if the correct water management techniques had been used, says a group of leading environmental and planning experts.
BBC - Posted 21/02/2014

Flood damage 'was preventable'
Some of the damage from the recent floods could have been prevented if the correct water management techniques had been used, a group of experts has said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 21/02/2014

Sixty Icon London housing estate where So Solid Crew formed set for demolition
Hundreds of homes on the council estate where rap group So Solid Crew formed — once branded one of the worst places to grow up in Britain — are set for demolition to make way for a huge housing scheme.
London Evening Standard - Posted 21/02/2014

I can't see clearly now my light has gone: Mother's house is plunged into darkness as new three-storey homes are built all around her property
A great-grandmother claimed today that she has been plunged into permanent darkness after new homes were built all around her house.
Mail Online - Posted 21/02/2014

David Cameron must lead planning revolution to prevent future floods, say experts
Professional bodies warn that money to help flood victims must not be wasted as the Met Office confirms that the UK has experienced its wettest winter on record.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 21/02/2014

Hopkins: Government released enough public land to build 68,000 homes
The government has announced today that it has released more than 430 sites of unused public land for development.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/02/2014

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