Catalyst and Redrow have been given the green light for a £170m partnership to build 420 new homes in Brentford.
Orbit and Wates Residential worked with the community and key stakeholders, including London Borough of Bexley, to transform the Larner Road estate into the new mixed-tenure community of Erith Park.
Conran and Partners have received planning approval for 104 new affordable homes to be built in Brighton and Hove to tackle the city’s housing crisis.
An innovative pilot which will see North Lanarkshire Council work with housing developers to buy new ‘off the shelf homes’ has been given the green light.
A guide on how investors and developers can secure a share of funding to help unlock land for homes and jobs will be launched by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) on 18 September.
Housing providers Bolton at Home and Irwell Valley Homes have been granted planning permission for 118 new affordable homes close to Bolton town centre.
Scotland Excel has launched its £1.5bn New Build Residential Construction contract to help accelerate the delivery of 50,000 new affordable homes.
City of York Council’s programme to deliver 600 new homes in the next five years has added another building block with the appointment of Mikhail Riches.
Manchester Council will commit to revising the overall number of homes to be delivered in the city from 20,000 to 32,000.
The development of Peterhead Court in Ealing has been finalised, as AHR regenerates and breathes new life into the mixed-use site.
Contracts have been approved to build 140 new affordable homes in Ferguslie and Johnstone, Scotland.
Birmingham City Council has issued its first civil penalty against a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) landlord in the Small Heath area.
50 new affordable homes are to be built in Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, as the National Park Authority approves plans.
Housebuilding is an emotive issue at the best of times but in the face of a full-blown crisis in supply, the need to deliver many more homes, in the right places, cannot be ignored. Joe Ridgeon, director of Hedley Planning Services, examines the key issues affecting supply.