The housing development in Edinburgh will provide 655 new homes, incorporating a unique mix of homes, providing urgently needed affordable homes in the city
Homes England has agreed £55m of funding deals with 12 local authorities to deliver 4,000 homes across England.
Planning has been approved for a former industrial site in Wolverhampton to deliver 151 much-needed homes, partly thanks to a £770,000 grant from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Figures reveal that South Ayrshire Council has more than exceeded its targets for bringing empty homes back into use.
Cardiff Council's 'Capital Ambition' targets at least 1,000 new council homes to be completed by May 2022.
Research undertaken by the National CLT Network has revealed a third of local authorities in England are now supporting community led housing development.
The Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), the council's housebuilding division, has published plans to build 2,708 new homes by 2029.
The first plans for Havering’s biggest regeneration programme has been submitted, marking a significant step forward for the scheme.
Amidst the housing crisis, the government’s present strategy of encouraging greater housing diversity should be commended.
GMB has welcomed the decision by Peabody Housing Trust not to auction off social housing in Tower Hamlets and to instead allocate it to families on the waiting list.
£3bn to help housing associations borrow to build is welcome but much more can and should be done to tackle the UK’s desperate need for social housing.
Wates Residential has extended its partnership with Orbit after being appointed to help deliver a £9.4m project for new homes in the London Borough of Bexley.
Plans to build 55 affordable new council homes on the site of a former primary school in Dumbarton have been approved by councillors.
Be First has confirmed the appointment of McLaren Construction to construct 169 affordable and shared ownership homes at the heart of Barking Town Centre.