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Enfield Council and developer Vistry Partnerships (formerly Galliford Try Partnerships) have agreed to deliver approximately 900 new homes at Meridian One.
New regulations in Scotland will be developed to ensure all new homes use renewable or low carbon heating and are more energy efficient.
Construction has commenced on three residential schemes at Wirral Waters, as the project looks set to transform 500-acres of former docklands.
Simon Stanion, partner and head of planning at law firm Shakespeare Martineau, discusses the importance of effectively assessing air quality impact for new housing developments.
Weston Homes and Tesco have submitted a planning application to redevelop the Tesco store in Goodmayes into a new mixed-use development.
Salford City Council has approved plans for a residential scheme, the Anchorage, which will deliver up to 290 new apartments in Salford Quays.
Plans to build more than 200 new homes for local people on the west side of the Gascoigne Estate were given the thumbs up at Barking and Dagenham Council’s planning committee.
Research by Homes for Scotland (HFS) and the Fraser of Allander Institute has revealed that housing completions reached 20,000 in 2018, but a further 25,000 homes are needed each year.
Waugh Thistleton Architects’ design for the Kennaway Estate was approved on 6 November when councillors in Hackney voted in favour of Southern Housing Group’s proposal to regenerate the estate.
Transport for London and Notting Hill Genesis have received the go-ahead to build more than 600 new homes in Kidbrooke.
Cheshire West and Chester Council have planned to build 737 new homes across six sites in the Borough to meet local housing needs, including affordable homes.
The City of York Council has contracted Wates Group to build 140 new homes on Lowfield Green and local residents are invited to meet them.
According to latest figures from Federation of Masters Builders’ (FMB), the consumer demand for new homes has fallen by 8% to its lowest level since 2013.
More than 4,000 new homes are set to be built on brownfield land across the West Midlands thanks to a deal between the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and Lovell Partnerships.