Concord London has appointed Kier to deliver Marylebone Square, a £106m scheme in Central London on the site of the former Moxon Street car park and the last whole city block in the W1 postcode to be developed.
Housebuilder Inland Homes has secured three new brownfield sites in Barking and Dagenham with a combined potential for over 1,650 new homes.
Construction on an affordable housing scheme at Lickers Lane in Whiston is now complete, built by Seddon for Livv Housing Group.
Brick By Brick has submitted three schemes consisting of 170 homes on small sites across the borough for planning permission.
A five-year programme to fund Scotland's affordable housing projects in rural and island communities is being extended, Housing Minister Kevin Stewart has told Parliament.
Keepmoat Homes has been confirmed as Homes England’s development partner for the Northstowe new town development in Cambridgeshire.
West Lindsey District Council has partnered with Keepmoat Homes to deliver a new sustainable neighbourhood at Foxby Lane, Gainsborough.
Living Space Housing and Paradigm Housing have secured a 3.5-acre site off to deliver 40 new affordable homes on Oak Farm Drive in the Oxfordshire village of Milcombe.
Torus has unveiled a major development in Cheshire West, The Coppice at Rossbank, which will provide 130 affordable homes for Ellesmere Port.
Glenbrook has commenced construction on a new £70m, 280 apartment residential scheme at MediaCityUK.
Living Space Housing has commenced construction work at a 2.1-acre affordable housing scheme, located on brownfield land off Park Road in the Malinslee ward of Telford, Shropshire.
Housing minister Christopher Pincher has announced that ARA Venn will manage the government’s new £3bn Affordable Homes Guarantee Scheme (AHGS 2020).
Willmott Dixon is set to continue the regeneration of Rochdale Riverside after being appointed on two developments in the town centre worth over £100m.
Recent research suggests 40% of homes granted planning permission in England go unbuilt. Katy Klingopulos of BDB Pitmans examines land banking, the changing nature of development and how we can tackle the housing shortage.
Populo Living has appointed Vistry Partnerships to deliver its Plaistow Hub regeneration project, a new £62m mixed-use residential scheme in East London.
Cruden Building has been appointed to deliver an £11.5m affordable housing development at Maryhill in Glasgow.
Tolent has been appointed by Sunderland City Council to build accessible and affordable housing – the first council houses to be built in Sunderland for almost 40 years.
With the evictions ban now lifted, Birmingham City Council has launched a scheme that is set to help hundreds of people find affordable housing.
South Cambridgeshire District Council has appointed Hill Group and Balfour Beatty Investments to join an investment partnership which will inject up to £340m to support the local recovery.
Construction work has officially started on transforming the site of a derelict Black Country steelworks into the new Lockside housing development.
U+I has revealed new images of its major mixed-use scheme on Greenwich Peninsula which will deliver a new riverside public park, 1,500 homes and employment space.
Bruntwood Works and Trafford Council are set to transform the former Kellogg’s site in Old Trafford, Stretford into a new neighbourhood, Lumina Village.
Manchester City Council has approved an £80m regeneration plan for a mixed-use community with 410 new homes at Coleshill Street.
Building is underway for 16 affordable homes in Colchester, contributing to the council’s commitment to build 350 new council homes.
Major schemes in the new agenda include a second arena, 634 new homes as part of the Northern Gateway scheme and 410 new homes in Varley Street, Miles Platting.
Royal Greenwich has joined forces with Meridian Home Start to deliver brand new homes for over 60 families and individuals previously on housing waiting lists.