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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

Hopkins: Government has sold enough brownfield land for 68,000 homes
Government departments have sold off enough brownfield land to build 68,000 homes, Housing Minister Kris Hopkins claimed today.
24 Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon Whitehall releasing its grip on unused public land
Enough brownfield land released to build 68,000 homes and support 135,000 jobs.
GOV.UK - Posted 20/02/2014

Green light for phase one of Nottingham council homes on Crosswall flats site
Plans for 31 new council homes were approved yesterday by Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Consultation launched on Wandsworth Council's new outline masterplan for the Alton area
Wandsworth Council has revealed its new outline masterplan for the Alton area which has been developed following last October’s ‘options consultation’.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Raglan Housing to use permitted development rights to turn Southampton office building into flats
Raglan Housing is set to convert a redundant office building in Southampton into flats for affordable rent after securing almost £2.5 million from The Homes and Communities Agency's empty homes programme.
Housing - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon New empty homes research - refurbishment reduces bills by hundreds of pounds
Council Tax Data published in November 2012 estimated the number of empty houses in the UK at over 710,000. That could provide housing for over 1.5 million people.
Sustainable Homes - Posted 20/02/2014

Sixty Icon London site should be key target for Miliband's 'use it or lose it' plans
A site in Westminster that has planning permission but has been left vacant for many years should be a priority for Ed Miliband's 'use it or lose it' proposals, councillors have said.
24 Housing - Posted 19/02/2014

London's green belt: the forgotten strangler of the capital - Colin Wiles
London cannot meet its housing needs because it is hemmed in by an outdated development policy.
Guardian Housing Network - Posted 19/02/2014

Bellway cleared for Derby development
Bellway Homes has secured planning permission for a new development of 157 new homes on the edge of Derby.
The Construction Index - Posted 19/02/2014

Sixty Icon The financial toll of the floods: Britain is second most economically vulnerable country in Europe to extreme weather
The cost of flooding to businesses across southern England became increasingly apparent yesterday as a new report warned that floods pose a greater risk to Britain’s economy than any other in Europe, except Germany.
The Independent - Posted 19/02/2014

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