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Sixty Icon Higher housing targets needed for Garden Cities
The Garden Cities programme will not help solve the housing crisis unless the number of homes planned for locally is large enough to meet true housing need, according to property adviser Savills.
Housing - Posted 20/06/2014

Cross Keys Homes takes handover of prestigious city centre apartments
Peterborough’s leading housing association has taken handover of the newly restored Priestgate Court following a multi-million pound investment.
24 Housing - Posted 20/06/2014

Ferrier estate reborn
Over the past three years, the Ferrier estate in south east London has undergone a major transformation. Emily Rogers investigates.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/06/2014

Council considers building bungalows to free up family homes
Birmingham Council is considering building bungalows to free up family-sized homes in the city in the wake of a successful pilot scheme.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/06/2014

Sixty Icon Landlords considering flexible developments to guaranteed yield
Flexible developments planned to help schemes adapt to market changes.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/06/2014

Sixty Icon New Build and Regeneration
Hounslow Homes agreed a development partnership deal with Lovell and United House/A2 Dominion Housing Group.
- Posted 19/06/2014

Tottenham Hotspur given further headache over stadium plans
Tottenham Hotspur's fractious relationship with the local business community shows no sign of improving after traders voiced concerns over plans to move White Hart Lane station.
24 Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

£400k refurb means these homes are not for any old hare and hound
A former pub in Bolton, Lancashire that dates back to the 18th century has been converted into affordable housing under a lease management deal between the local ALMO and the building’s owner.
Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Leeds Federated Housing Association given go ahead for Halton Moor development
Leeds Federated Housing Association (LFHA) has been granted planning permission for a new housing development on Coniston Gardens in Halton Moor.
Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Mayor approves plans to transform rock star's hit single inspiration into hundreds of new homes
The site of a former psychiatric hospital that inspired a David Bowie album cover is to be used to deliver over 600 new homes after the Mayor of London approved the plans.
Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Sixty Icon New homes for spooky abandoned hospital that featured on Bowie album
Plans have been submitted to turn an abandoned, and reportedly haunted, psychiatric hospital into nearly 700 new homes.
24 Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Sixty Icon Affordable rental housing can boost London's economy
London can’t afford to lose its social and economic diversity suggests a new report that argues the provision of affordable rental housing in the capital could benefit the city by millions of pounds.
Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Sixty Icon National Planning Possibilities
BPF Policy Officer Phoebe Rountree summarises the evidence given by Chief Executive Liz Peace at the CLG Committee inquiry into the operation of the NPPF, covering a wide range of planning issues from local plans to the Green Belt.
Brit Prop Blog - Posted 19/06/2014

Boris Johnson consults on “enormous” Old Oak Common regeneration
The Mayor of London has launched a consultation on the formation of a Mayoral Development Corporation (MDC) that would give him the overall responsibility for the regeneration of 950 hectares of industrial land at Old Oak Common and Park Royal in the west of the capital.
Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

London's new villages built for renters
As Generation Rent continues to be priced out of the new housing market, the government is putting up £10 billion to back new purpose-built rental villages across the capital.
Homes & Property - Posted 19/06/2014

Sixty Icon What British cities can learn from Detroit: Motor City's turnaround should be a model for regeneration
British cities seeking to adapt to the realities of the new global economy should model their plans on the success of United States conurbations including Detroit, a former urban development advisor to President Obama has told The Independent.
The Independent - Posted 19/06/2014

Corsham police station recommended to be sold for housing
Officers have gone against the findings of a public consultation to recommend selling a Wiltshire police station to a residential developer.
BBC - Posted 19/06/2014

£3m project to deliver 'affordable' homes begins
A £3 million project to transform derelict land into 'affordable' homes has got underway in Handsworth, Birmingham.
24 Housing - Posted 19/06/2014

Sixty Icon Responsibility for 24,000-home regeneration could be handed to Boris
Boris Johnson could be given overall responsibility for a 24,000-home regeneration scheme in west London, under proposals which went out for consultation today.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/06/2014

PDF: Garden Cities - Breaking new ground
New settlements are only part of the solution to the demand for housing spilling out of London.
Savills - Posted 18/06/2014

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