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Sixty Icon Leeds City Council told to carry out 'full review' of green belt as housing demand grows
Leeds City Council has been told to carry out a full review of its green belt policy to help the area cope with housing demand.
24 Housing - Posted 11/02/2014

West Ham United stadium purchase agreement to include Bobby Moore garden
West Ham United has reached an agreement with London developer Galliard Group to purchase the Boleyn Ground Football Stadium once the club completes its move to the Olympic Stadium in 2016.
24 Housing - Posted 11/02/2014

Daventry couple set up home in former community centre
An elderly Daventry couple have taken up residence in a former community centre – after it was converted into a home specially adapted to meet their disability needs.
Housing - Posted 11/02/2014

Sixty Icon EXCLUSIVE: West Ham sells off its home ground to make way for 700 apartments
West Ham’s historic Upton Park home is to be turned into an East End “village” of up to 700 homes in the biggest ever London football stadium redevelopment.
London Evening Standard - Posted 11/02/2014

Sixty Icon Is the green belt fit for the 21st Century?
I recently wrote a blog entitled “Make London bigger” which advocated changes to the green belt, to allow for more residential development.
Estates Gazette - Posted 10/02/2014

Mutual housing in development on historic Toad Lane
The co-operative movement’s historic Toad Lane is entering a new phase of co-operative development.
Co-operative News - Posted 10/02/2014

Thames site acquired for large PRS development
A site has been earmarked for 318 new private rented sector homes within the Barking Riverside development in east London.
24 Housing - Posted 10/02/2014

Leazes Homes, Newcastle City Council and Your Homes Newcastle to build assisted living apartments
The ground has been broken on a brownfield site in Newcastle that is to be transformed into assisted living apartments.
Housing - Posted 10/02/2014

Great Places Housing Group and Bury Council give new lease of life to St Mary's Court with bungalow development
The site of St Mary’s Court, a former residential home in Bury, has been given a new lease of life with a development of 11 two-bedroom bungalows.
Housing - Posted 10/02/2014

Community centre transformed into new home
An empty community centre has been transformed into a specially adapted home for an elderly disabled couple with the help of Arnold and Beryl Barratt in their new homefunding available to bring empty properties in Daventry district back into use.
Homes England - Posted 10/02/2014

Slimma factory tower in Leek demolished
An "iconic" tower at a former factory in Staffordshire has been demolished as part of plans to build houses there.
BBC - Posted 10/02/2014

Sixty Icon Compulsory purchase plans hatched to turn derelict building into social housing
Islington Council is taking steps to compulsory purchase an empty three-storey building and bring it back into use as new social housing.
24 Housing - Posted 10/02/2014

Sixty Icon Earls Court: Transport for London's joint venture into regeneration at its worst - Dave Hill
If London-wide public bodies are to enter partnerships with powerful private interests Londoners' best interests must be served.
The Guardian - Posted 10/02/2014

Sixty Icon Green light for high-rise housing scheme would 'obliterate' birthplace of Royal Navy
The Mayor of London will next week decide the fate of an historic London dockyard - said to be the birthplace of the Royal Navy - when he rules on a major development project.
24 Housing - Posted 07/02/2014

Sixty Icon Met set to probe emails backing flats plan
Police are set to launch an inquiry into claims that fraudulent emails supporting a developer’s plans to turn a library into private flats were sent to a London council.
London Evening Standard - Posted 07/02/2014

Community to build its own homes in Oldham
A community custom ‘self build’ project has been given the green light by Oldham Council to begin the construction of 37 homes in South Werneth.
Housing - Posted 07/02/2014

West Northamptonshire housing: '45,740 homes needed'
Plans for tens of thousands of new homes in west Northamptonshire are going out to public consultation.
BBC - Posted 07/02/2014

Sixty Icon Councils resist retirement housing
Local authorities accused of halting plans for older people’s housing because of the rising cost of elderly care.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/02/2014

Sixty Icon Councils told to drop restrictions on office to resi conversions
Nick Boles will write to two local authorities telling them to drop restrictions to permitted developments for office to residential conversions.
Inside Housing - Posted 07/02/2014

Crack the code and this could be the best place to live in Birmingham
Icknield Port Loop has the potential to become a splendid place – the best place to live in Birmingham, perhaps.
Birmingham Post - Posted 06/02/2014

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