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Planning granted: £35m regeneration includes 244 homes
Radius Housing has been granted planning approval for the regeneration of the former Visteon site at a meeting of Belfast City Council last night.
Radius Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Action group objects to latest housing plan
Some 900 members of Rayleigh Action Group have opposed the latest local housing plan
Echo - Posted 08/03/2018

South Downs housing request ‘sprung’ on council
Areas of the South Downs could take more houses to keep villages alive, according to Chichester District Council’s leader.
Chichester Observer - Posted 08/03/2018

Pitch to charge developers council tax over land banking
A city boss facing a housing crisis says Government isn’t going far enough in raiding land banks.
24 Housing - Posted 08/03/2018

Plans to build a supported housing 'village' for older people in Ryde
A supported housing development for older people — the first in a multi-million pound project to reduce the number of residential care admissions — looks set to be built in Ryde.
Isle of Wight County Press - Posted 08/03/2018

Dilapidated Swansea pub to stay after plans for student housing are rejected
Students won’t be living in a former Swansea pub after councillors threw out an application to convert it.
Wales Online - Posted 08/03/2018

The bold BIY-ers: self-builds booming in the South West
Land is at a huge ­premium in the UK. That means it is ­comparatively rare to find people doing what my parents – and ­thousands of their ­contemporaries – did in the Fifties, at the height of the post-war housing boom: buy a small plot of land and build their own house of their dreams on it.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Wembley Park regeneration: Next stage launched in massive £3 billion project
The developers behind the £3 billion regeneration of Wembley Park have launched the next stage of the creation of a new town around the national stadium.
London Evening Standard - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Liverpool's £200m New Chinatown scheme set to resume
A failed £200m regeneration scheme in Liverpool city centre is being revived after it was sold to a consortium of investors.
BBC - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon New affordable homes planned for Skye and Lochalsh
Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association (LSHA) plans to provide more than 200 affordable properties across its area by 2023.
BBC - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Council to fast track planning applications with higher level of affordable homes in central Bristol
Just six per cent of new homes built in the city centre are currently affordable.
Bristol Post - Posted 08/03/2018

Finsbury Park site could become emergency housing for vulnerable young people
Themi Care facility in Somerfield Road goes before planning sub-committee
Hackney Citizen - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Hertsmere Borough Council commit to working towards new Joint Strategic Plan in South West Hertfordshire
Plans for a joint strategic plan (JSP), which could help deliver development and infrastructure across a number of authorities in South West Hertfordshire, have taken another step.
Borehamwood Times - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Audio: The planning podcast: the NPPF
EG invited four experts of the planning world to give a hopefully simplified and certainly on point view of what was in the revised NPPF, and what the industry needs to know.
EG Property Podcasts - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon Planning go-ahead for 244 Radius homes in £35m
Radius Housing has been granted planning approval for the regeneration of the former Visteon site at a meeting of Belfast City Council last night.
News Letter - Posted 08/03/2018

Sixty Icon PM claims York's housing crisis caused by lack of a Local Plan for more than half a century
The Prime Minister has criticised City of York Council in the Commons, blaming the city's housing crisis on the authority's lack of a Local Plan for more than half a century.
The Press - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon More than 600 new homes on the way in Leeds after council secures £7.3m in government funding
Plans for more than 600 new homes in Leeds have moved a step closer after the city council secured £7.3m in government funding.
Yorkshire Evening Post - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Rackheath masterplan for 4,000 homes endorsed despite 10pc affordable housing offer
Councillors have endorsed plans for up to 4,000 homes in Rackheath - despite developers offering just 10pc affordable housing.
EDP 24 - Posted 07/03/2018

Sixty Icon Cube teams up with council for 126 affordable homes plan in Clydebank
Cube Housing Association and West Dunbartonshire Council have unveiled plans to deliver 126 new affordable homes on the site of a former school in Clydebank.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 07/03/2018

‘How can we tackle shortage of genuinely affordable housing in Ringwood?’ ask councillors
Council representatives in Ringwood are stepping up discussions on how to tackle the shortage of "genuinely" affordable housing in the area.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 07/03/2018

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