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Sixty Icon Location, location, location...But where?
The Government has made it clear the decision should be ‘locally-led’. Here are a few ideas Local Authorities and developers may consider.
Savills - Posted 18/06/2014

Havering Council promises ‘local homes for local people' in Romford
Havering Borough Council is promising "local homes for local people" as part of its new lettings policy.
24 Housing - Posted 18/06/2014

Councillors give seal of approval on Gentoo's new luxury development
Work has now officially started on the construction of 16 luxury 4 & 5 bedroom homes in Cleadon, South Tyneside.
24 Housing - Posted 18/06/2014

Sixty Icon Woods Hardwick secure planning approval for Buckingham expansion
Planning approval for a development that will expand Buckingham by creating a new neighbourhood southwards of the town has been granted.
Housing - Posted 18/06/2014

Sixty Icon Wrong Wiltshire village consulted over plan for new homes
Developers in Wiltshire have blamed an "administrative error" after a consultation over plans for 500 new homes was held in the wrong village.
BBC - Posted 18/06/2014

Grandmother distraught after her stunning sea view is blocked by a brick wall after planners approve neighbour's extension
A widow has been left distraught after the sea view she cherished with her late husband has been blocked by an extension next door.
Mail Online - Posted 18/06/2014

Would you knock this down? Hobbit house may not be saved by its 80,000 fans around the world
Council officers are recommending that retrospective application be refused after it was built without planning permission.
Wales Online - Posted 18/06/2014

City of Lincoln Council to build 150 new homes
A £15m plan for 150 council homes in Lincoln has been announced - the authority's first significant house-building programme in 20 years.
BBC - Posted 18/06/2014

Sixty Icon Liverpool's Welsh Streets residents protest at inquiry opening
Campaigners supporting a £15m plan for Liverpool's Welsh Streets have protested outside the opening of a public inquiry into it.
BBC - Posted 18/06/2014

Sixty Icon Devon's Teignbridge Council backs self builders
A Devon council has decided to force developers to make land available to people who want to build their own home.
BBC - Posted 18/06/2014

£6.7m investment to deliver 'affordable' homes in Doncaster
Doncaster residents should soon be able to benefit from a £6.7 million investment to build new, 'affordable' homes and regenerate part of the Willow Estate in Thorne.
24 Housing - Posted 17/06/2014

Sixty Icon Council bring empty property into use with Empty Dwelling Management Order
Stockton Council has managed to bring a vacant property back into use after issuing a final Empty Dwelling Management Order (EDMO).
24 Housing - Posted 17/06/2014

Council identifies sites of unused land for up to 1,000 homes
Manchester Council hopes to build homes on 151 sites of unused land in the city over the next 10 years.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/06/2014

Thirty-nine of Surrey's flood-hit bridges to be repaired
Thirty-nine bridges in Surrey which were damaged during severe floods over the winter are to be repaired as part of a £2m scheme.
BBC - Posted 17/06/2014

Bullington Cross wind turbine plan rejected at joint meeting
A project to build one of the South's biggest wind farms has been turned down.
BBC - Posted 17/06/2014

UK govt to fast track brown field site planning for new homes
Thousands of new homes will be built on unused and previously developed land in the UK under radical new plans to make it easier to use brownfield sites.
Property Wire - Posted 17/06/2014

Sixty Icon New planning regulation will help create jobs and low cost homes
From next month Brighton & Hove City Council introduces measures to protect office space in central Brighton and at other key employment sites.
Brighton's Future - Posted 17/06/2014

Sixty Icon Westminster council slammed for 'wanting more luxury flats in borough'
Westminster City Council's Conservatives want to increase the number of luxury houses and flats in the borough, according to Labour.
24 Housing - Posted 16/06/2014

Doncaster scheme is UK's largest outstanding development
A six million sq. ft. scheme in Doncaster is officially the largest outstanding commercial development with planning permission in the UK.
24 Housing - Posted 16/06/2014

Sixty Icon Council teams up with housing providers to utilise 151 'spare land' sites
Manchester City Council has teamed up with some of the area's housing providers to deliver new homes on unused, spare land sites.
24 Housing - Posted 16/06/2014

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