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Plans to build houses on former school to go back before councillors (as developers say affordable homes are not 'viable')
Controversial plans to demolish part of a former school and build 20 new homes are set to go back before councillors.
Dorset Echo - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Three councils 'to join forces' over major housing development in Christchurch
Proposals for Christchurch council to join forces with two other authorities over plans for a large housing development will be partially decided this week.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon These remarkable pictures show how the City of London’s skyline will change by 2026
London’s historic and financial centre has some huge developments planned over the next decade.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 08/01/2018

Cardiff plans for 350 student flats set to be approved
Plans for 350 new student flats in Cardiff look set to be approved.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Cambridge flats plan for fire-hit hotel set to go ahead
Plans to demolish a fire-ravaged guest house and build flats are expected to be approved by a council.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Plans for 700 extra homes would 'decimate' Backwell
Protesters say plans for 700 new homes and a dual carriageway in North Somerset would "decimate" the character of their village.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Decision on next stage of west of Stonehouse development for 68 homes to be made this week
The next stage of the controversial west of Stonehouse development will be discussed by Stroud District Council next week.
Stroud News - Posted 08/01/2018

Calls for Fareham council to reconsider local plan
A political group has taken a stand against a plan for more than 3300 houses in a borough for fears over loss of green spaces.
The News - Posted 08/01/2018

Plan for 54 new homes in Llandrindod wells will 'address housing need'
Plans for 54 homes off Ithon Road will address the need for housing in Llandrindod Wells and support local services, say the developers.
County Times - Posted 08/01/2018

Controversial plans for development in Hannington likely to be given green light
A controversial planning application to build in the heart of an idyllic village will likely be given the go-ahead when councillors meet on Tuesday.
Swindon Advertiser - Posted 07/01/2018

Sixty Icon Fareham Borough Council to give Hampshire Fire and Rescue service a say on planning applications involving high rise buildings
Developers wanting to build flats, schools and hotels in a Hampshire borough will face extra scrutiny in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Daily Echo - Posted 07/01/2018

Sixty Icon 'We urgently need this type of accommodation': Prominent Guildford town centre site to be used for 100 new apartments
Retirement housing firm Pegasus Life has won permission to build an assisted living facility in Portsmouth Road.
Get Surrey - Posted 07/01/2018

Plans to demolish two houses for 12 new 'townhouses' in East Dorset
Plans have been submitted to demolish two large properties and replace them with 12 'back-to-back houses' in West Parley.
Bournemouth Echo - Posted 07/01/2018

Sixty Icon £22 million plan to create new affordable homes in Selby
A £22 million project has been approved to create hundreds of new affordable homes in Selby.
The Press - Posted 07/01/2018

News of replacement of social housing is welcomed by residents
Residents have welcomed the news temporary accommodation units where they live are set to be replaced by permanent homes.
Braintree & Witham Times - Posted 06/01/2018

Hengrove and Whitchurch community snub council to create own neighbourhood plan
The group want a referendum to be held over Hengrove Park and Hartcliffe campus plans.
Bristol Post - Posted 06/01/2018

Sixty Icon Plans to provide 1,400 new homes in Bridlington
A site north of Bridlington has been earmarked for the development of 1,400 new homes.
Bridlington Free Press - Posted 06/01/2018

Sixty Icon Holloway Prison site to be 50% 'genuinely affordable', council rules
A 10-acre site near central London must include at least 50% "genuinely" affordable homes, a council has ruled.
BBC - Posted 06/01/2018

Bedford Borough Council should 'consider' brickworks site for 'sustainable housing' in Local Plan
Bedford Borough Council should consider the Hanson Brickworks sites as a more ‘sustainable’ housing area in its local plan – according to a local regeneration firm.
Bedford Today - Posted 06/01/2018

Council sells site for new homes
Blackpool Council has agreed to sell the site of a former residential centre.
Blackpool Gazette - Posted 05/01/2018

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