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HCA's first community-led funding for Birmingham
Witton Lodge Community Association (WLCA) has secured Birmingham's first allocation of community-led funding to build new homes in the Perry Common, north Birmingham.
Homes England - Posted 26/02/2014

UK floods: Call for Budget funding increase for defences
Spending on flood risk management should be substantially increased in next month's Budget, a leading engineering organisation has said.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Statistics watchdog contradicts government claims over flood spending
UK Statistics Authority backs Commons library's assessment that funding has been cut by £247m in real terms.
The Guardian - Posted 26/02/2014

Stockton's Swainby Road estate demolition 'progressing well'
A project to pull down almost 190 homes in a Teesside town is "progressing well", the local council has said.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Sixty Icon Video: Localism and planning polices to control developments
When the Coalition came to power, they promised people a greater say about new housing, transport links and power plants in their area but how does the government get things built while balancing the wishes of Nimby [Not In My Back Yard] voters.
BBC - Posted 26/02/2014

Plans for 12,000 new homes abandoned after floods
Plans to build new housing on several sites in Windsor and Maidenhead have been abandoned after recent floods exposed them as at risk.
24 Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Witton Lodge Community Association secures community-led funding for homes in Perry Common
Witton Lodge Community Association (WLCA) has secured community-led funding to build new homes in the Perry Common, north Birmingham.
Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Council will miss homes target after flood reclassifications
A local authority will miss its house building targets after recent floods revealed sites earmarked for housing were too high-risk.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/02/2014

Countryside facing 'destruction' through changes to planning laws in National Parks
Planning changes allowing barn conversions without planning permission in protected areas will lead to tens of thousands of 'luxury' and 'second homes', Sarah Wollaston MP says.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 25/02/2014

Agency vows to minimise flood risk
The Environment Agency cannot protect all people and all properties but will do all it can, the executive director of flood and coastal risk management at the agency has said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 25/02/2014

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

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