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Sixty Icon Councils must show 'zero tolerance' to houses built on flood plains
Insurers urge councils to block developers seeking top make a 'quick buck' by building on flood plains.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 19/02/2014

Council plans to blow £2.5MILLION on deluxe travellers' site which will give caravans their own driveway, lighting and soundproofing… with each one costing the same as an average first-time buyer's property
A council is planning to spend £2.5million on a traveller site for just 13 caravans - which will cost as much as the average first time buyer spends to get on the property ladder.
Mail Online - Posted 19/02/2014

UK economy is the seventh most vulnerable to flooding in the world as Somerset businesses reveal they have lost £1.2million in just six weeks
The UK is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to economic damage from flooding, a new survey has shown.
Mail Online - Posted 19/02/2014

Sixty Icon Gloucestershire floods: Longford concerns over new homes
People living in a flooded village in Gloucestershire have raised concerns about plans to build 570 new houses on a nearby waterlogged field.
BBC - Posted 19/02/2014

50-year tenant celebrates tower block's £million refurb
A social housing tenant who has lived in the same iconic Salford tower block for 50 years has taken a trip down memory lane, as a multi-million pound regeneration scheme comes to an end.
24 Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

London housing strategy too focused on middle income households
The London Assembly has published its response to the Mayor of London's draft housing strategy.
Coalition Watch - Posted 18/02/2014

Green light for 157 new homes in Derbyshire
Planning consultancy Turley Associates, acting on behalf of Bellway Homes has secured planning permission for 157 new homes on the edge of Derby.
Housing - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Loss of biodiversity role at agency sparks dismay
Campaigners and ecologists have reacted with dismay to the news that the Environment Agency is to stop commenting on the biodiversity aspects of planning applications.
PlanningResource - Posted 18/02/2014

How we ended up paying farmers to flood our homes
This government let the farming lobby rip up the rulebook on soil protection – and now we are suffering the consequences.
The Guardian - Posted 18/02/2014

Angry reactions as Environment Agency proposes to stop biodiversity comments on planning applications due to cuts
Politicians and ecologists have reacted angrily after learning that the Environment Agency is proposing to stop commenting on the biodiversity aspects of planning applications because of budget cuts.
The Independent - Posted 18/02/2014

Southampton 'deprived estate' demolition starts
Demolition work has started at an estate in Southampton known as one of the most deprived areas in the city.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Investors backing Peterborough's £130m regeneration plan not divulged
A council has announced a £130m regeneration plan for its city centre but has refused to divulge the names of its investors.
BBC - Posted 18/02/2014

Sixty Icon Regeneration, past, present and future
Richard McCarthy, who spoke at our Re-imagining Regeneration conference in January 2014, explores the challenges of regeneration.
National Housing Federation - Posted 17/02/2014

Green light for student accommodation complex in Ealing
Planning has been granted for mixed use development in Ealing, which will see the creation of 323 units of student accommodation, alongside 35,000sqft of commercial and retail space, within minutes of central London.
Housing - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Climate change and its risks are not going away, Mr Cameron
A scientist who co-wrote a report seven years ago predicting current levels of flooding says that ministers are still disinclined to do what is needed. The PM must show leadership as much as sympathy.
The Independent - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Outcry against ''barking mad'' plans to build thousands of new homes on FLOOD PLAINS
Houses are planned for Wraysbury and Chertsey - currently underwater - as well as Walton-on-Thames and Molesey, the subject of severe flood warnings.
Mirror co uk - Posted 17/02/2014

Flood-hit areas earmarked for more homes
Councils have issued plans to build hundreds of new homes in some of the areas worst affected by the country's flooding crisis.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 16/02/2014

Luxury residential towers for Newham's Royal Docks gain the go ahead
Planning permission has been granted for a plush new development in London's Royal Docks that will deliver 360 luxury homes in two glass-clad towers.
Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Housing associations invited to bid for £9m regeneration fund
Housing associations will for the first time be able to bid for cash to convert empty garages into business space for start-ups, as London's outer boroughs are offered £9 million to help regenerate high streets and town centres.
24 Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Permission given for 360-home Royal Docks 'Hoola' development
Planning permission has been granted for a 360-home development in London's Royal Docks.
24 Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

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