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Sixty Icon Plans submitted for 146 new family homes in Immingham to extend Habrough Fields development
Plans for a 146 home development off Brocklesby Avenue have been submitted to North East Lincolnshire Council by Peter Ward homes.
Grimsby Telegraph - Posted 13/01/2018

Sixty Icon Plans for 173 'high quality' homes at Prescot Park passed
Plans for 173 homes as part of an "ambitious" development at Prescot Park have been approved by Knowsley Council's planning committee.
St Helens Star - Posted 13/01/2018

Controversial estate plans get green light
Developers have got the go-ahead to build more than 80 new homes on a former landfill site on the outskirts of Clacton.
Clacton Gazette - Posted 13/01/2018

Neighbourhood plan drawn up to protect Bishopstoke from mass development
Villagers have drawn up a neighbourhood plan in a bid to protect their village from mass development.
Daily Echo - Posted 13/01/2018

Sixty Icon Failure to hit house building targets could leader to a development ‘free-for-all’
A failure to build enough homes to meet government targets could lead to a building free-for-all by developers, planners have warned.
Great Yarmouth Mercury - Posted 13/01/2018

McCarthy & Stone have outlined plans to build retirement accommodation in Waltham Abbey
A retirement complex could be a built on a town centre car park in proposals the Green Party believes ignore the urgent need for more social housing.
Epping Forest Guardian - Posted 13/01/2018

Businesses object to plan for 95 homes on Colburn Business Park
Businesses say building homes on Colburn Business Park could hamper their expansion and stop new jobs being created in Richmondshire.
Richmondshire Today - Posted 13/01/2018

Luxury housing scheme plan to replace eyesore Chester building
Application is expected to be submitted later this month.
Chester Chronicle - Posted 13/01/2018

Development set to go ahead on Dersingham plot of land
Council chiefs have approved plans to build 30 new homes on an allocated site near the Sandringham Estate.
Lynn News - Posted 13/01/2018

Flats plan for Desborough Bowling Club recommended for refusal
Plans for 154 flats at the site of Desborough Bowling Club have been recommended for refusal by planning officers.
Maidenhead Advertiser - Posted 13/01/2018

Knapton village fighting hard against planning proposal to build affordable homes on village green
The residents of Knapton are fighting hard against a planning proposal which will see their village green turned into 16 affordable homes.
EDP 24 - Posted 13/01/2018

Housing plan for the Leeds Merry Monk pub site
Twelve homes are set to be built on a former pub site at Kirkstall.
Yorkshire Evening Post - Posted 13/01/2018

From Manor House to Homes
Accent’s former Peterborough office s being transformed into new homes.
24 Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Mulbury and Adactus get go-ahead for Preston affordable homes
Plans to build a third phase of affordable homes on a former industrial site in Preston have been approved.
24 Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Another 200 homes planned near controversial Yarm housing hotspot
Up to 200 more homes could be built at a controversial Yarm housing hotspot. Land on the site of Yarm Driving Range could house a new estate in the shadow of Grade II listed Kirklevington Grange.
Gazette Live - Posted 12/01/2018

Charity ‘disappointed and surprised’ after council rejects school and housing plan
Stockport’s planning committee has refused an application by charity Seashell Trust to build a £45m school and 325 homes on a green belt site bordering the Handforth Bypass.
Place North West - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Hutton Close redevelopment given green light by council
Controversial plans to demolish a social housing estate in Shaw to make way for 80 new homes have been approved by West Berkshire Council.
Newbury Today - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Arc of promise: plans for a million homes in Britain's 'brain belt'
A new trainline and a million homes are to be built in a 130 mile arc north of London. Gavriel Hollander reports.
Inside Housing - Posted 12/01/2018

PDF: Partnering For Prosperity - A new deal for the Cambridge Milton Keynes-Oxford Arc
The Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford (CaMkOx) arc is home to 3.3million people. It stretches around 130 miles from Cambridgeshire, via Bedford and the south east midlands, to Oxfordshire.
National Infrastructure Commission - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Third major housing development proposed for Watchet
Questions have been raised over Watchet’s ability to cope with a further 500 homes after plans for a third major housing development were unveiled.
Somerset County Gazette - Posted 12/01/2018

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