Homes England has acquired two new sites in Harrogate, unlocking land for over 800 new homes, with room for 40% affordable homes.
Lovell Southern, part of the £3bn Morgan Sindall Group, has entered into a joint venture agreement with Abri to build 500 homes as an urban extension.
Catalyst and Mount Anvil have commenced enabling works on their joint venture regeneration scheme, The Verdean in Acton, marking a new chapter for the Friary Park estate.
Abri, who will be working with Change Real Estate, has acquired land at The Old Brewery in Southville to build 107 affordable homes and seven commercial units.
One Manchester has selected ENGIE to transform disused land in Manchester into a modern development of 109 low carbon homes, located over two sites on Gorton Lane.
Keepmoat Homes has purchased the former brickworks site on Stallings Lane in Kingswinford, which will be transformed into a new 169-homes development.
Persimmon Homes has revealed plans to build new homes in Selsey, after successfully finalising a land deal that will see a near £2m contribution towards community services.
Glasgow City Council has given the green light to developer Swan Group for plans to deliver 151 new affordable riverside homes.
Faisal Siddiqui, acquisitions director at growing developer Henley Homes Group, explores the need for innovative solutions to accelerate housing delivery.
MCI Developments has partnered with social housing provider, Together Housing, to deliver a £13m affordable housing scheme in Nelson, Lancashire.
Ealing Council has given the green light to TfL’s largest residential development to date, which will see the delivery of 853 new homes in Acton.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has given the go-ahead to developer Avanton for a new £250m urban village scheme in London’s Richmond.
The latest figures reflect the housing and construction industry’s resilience and measures they have taken to keep building sites open, in line with public health advice.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick will not call in Inland Homes’ plans for the 514-home Hillingdon Gardens scheme in west London.
Glasgow City Council has approved the Strategic Housing Investment Plan, which will see £469.71m housing investment for the construction of over 4,400 affordable homes.
Court Collaboration has been given the go-ahead to deliver a 48-storey build-to-rent development at the site of the former Irish Centre in Deritend.
HUB has awarded JJ Rhatigan a £53m construction contract to deliver Abbey Place, a development of 245 homes in Abbey Wood, South East London.
A new development of 139 new rental homes and more than 2,700 sqm of light industrial workspace in north Lambeth has been given the go-ahead.
The UK’s exit of the European Union and Covid-19 have been battling for headlines and headspace these past months, dominating the news agenda and industry outlooks. Tim Whiteley, co-founder of Inevitech discusses what this means for the construction industry.
Montreaux Developments and Assael Architecture have been given the go-ahead for 204 new homes on Colney Hatch Lane in Barnet.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has partnered with Catalyst Housing to build more than 900 new homes on St Ann’s Hospital site in Tottenham.
A2Dominion and Assael Architecture have been given the go-ahead for 400 new homes at Clayton Road in Hayes.
Henley Construct and Optivo have been given the go-ahead to deliver 45 homes in Tulse Hill, the scheme will use modern methods of construction.
Housing delivery programmes by Homes England saw an overall decrease in starts and completions in the first half of 2020-21 compared to the same period last year, according to official statistics released today (8 December).
ENGIE, in partnership with QWest Homes, has commenced work on a £16.2m sustainable development in Cheshire, delivering zero carbon homes that will help the local council reduce carbon emissions and bring down living costs.
Countryside and Places for People have agreed on a national framework to accelerate live and future projects through the delivery of mixed-tenure developments.