Runnymede Regeneration, Egham, New homes,

Runnymede Council approves plans for major regeneration in Egham

Plans for more than 100 new homes, shops, restaurants and a cinema in Egham have been approved for the Runnymede Regeneration.
property ownership, value and equity,

Equity and value appreciation are main benefits of property ownership

Appreciating value and equity build-up are the main benefits of property ownership in the UK according to a recent survey from BLP Insurance.
Camden Goods Yard regeneration,

Joint venture to deliver Camden Goods Yard regeneration

Subject to formalising contracts, One Housing has selected Countryside as a preferred development partner to enter into a joint venture partnership to deliver Camden Goods Yard regeneration.
Housing First, Isle of Wight,

Isle of Wight launches ‘Housing First’ project

A new Housing First project has been launched on the Isle of Wight to help rough sleepers with complex needs get off the streets and into affordable housing.
Shipping container, Cleveland Containers

Four ways to help solve the housing crisis

Shipping container specialists, Cleveland Containers, discuss four ways in which the UK’s housing crisis could be solved.
Build to Rent Summer 2019,

Build to Rent sector investment reaches record high

Investment in the Build to Rent (BTR) sector reached a record high in 2018 with almost £4bn of new funds allocated to the sector according to Bidwells Build to Rent Summer 2019 Analysis.
Barne Barton estate, clarion,

Barne Barton regeneration gets the green light

Clarion Housing Group has been granted full planning permission by Plymouth City Council to regenerate the Barne Barton estate.
Local Housing Allowance, London Councils, temporary accommodation, homelessness

Local Housing Allowance freeze is fuelling homelessness

New analysis by London Councils shows a significant reduction in the number of homes affordable to Londoners receiving Local Housing Allowance (LHA) over the past four years People who are eligible for Local Housing Allowance receive it as part of their housing benefit or Universal Credit payment to cover their...
housing development, Aster,

Aster to deliver £10m affordable housing development in Tadley

Housing association Aster Group has secured planning permission to deliver a £10m housing development in Tadley, Hampshire.
Right to buy, housing needs, nottingham council

Right to buy needs met by Nottingham Council

The scheme will involve more than 300 purchases and newly-built homes, as well as houses and flats that have been bought through the Right To Buy scheme.
Ebury Bridge estate, Westminster City Council,

Westminster seeks bids for Ebury Bridge estate renewal

Westminster City Council is seeking bids to help build 200 new homes in the first phase of the Ebury Bridge estate renewal.
new homes, Kirkintilloch,

38 affordable new homes given the green light in Kirkintilloch

38 new affordable homes have been given the green light in Kirkintilloch by East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board.
The Madison, LBS Properties, Balfour Beatty

LBS & Balfour complete The Madison residential tower

LBS Properties and Balfour Beatty have topped out on The Madison, marking the completion of the 53rd story of this landmark E14 residential tower.
South Seaham Garden Village,

South Seaham Garden Village gets the go-ahead

A new garden village in East Durham has been given the go-ahead to provide 1,500 new homes, with half of those offering affordable housing.

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