Ryde Village, the extra care housing scheme, will offer elderly and disabled people housing and support, maximising their independence and quality of life.
Weston Homes and Tesco have submitted a planning application to redevelop the Tesco store in Goodmayes into a new mixed-use development.
The October 2019 RICS UK Residential Market Survey continues to show a subdued sales market, with negative readings covering new buyer enquiries, agreed sales and new instructions.
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.
The urgent need to build more homes for everyone should be a key priority for all the political parties during the General Election campaign, says the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has been appointed by Bristol City Council to support the new build housing programme and deliver council homes for communities across the city.
Transport for London and Notting Hill Genesis have received the go-ahead to build more than 600 new homes in Kidbrooke.
Glasgow City Council has approved the Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for the 2020-25 period, and will now submit this plan to the Scottish Government.
An analysis of all local plans across England, by the Right to Build Task Force has revealed that 58% of local planning authorities have, or are bringing on, policies that support custom and self-build housing delivery Local plans are a key tool available to help authorities meet their legal duties...
A £14m scheme to build new council homes and to give a tired and outdated block of flats in Oldbury a total facelift has been given the final go-ahead by Sandwell Council.
Higgins has been awarded the £22.5m contract to design and build the first phase of the Grange Farm Estate in South Harrow.
We know how many people are hit by the housing crisis – it’s time to take action to end it, says James Prestwich, head of policy at the National Housing Federation.
Transport for London (TfL) has revealed that London-based construction company, Kuropatwa Limited, has begun work on the first of TfL’s small sites at Beechwood Avenue.
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.