Homes England is providing funding packages totalling £309m to accelerate construction at three major London housing developments, with the capacity for up to 20,000 new homes.
Construction work has started on the Waltham Forest's Town Hall Campus site, marking a key milestone in its transformation.
Henley Construct has exchanged contracts to deliver 60 affordable homes for PA Housing on the site of a former office building in Croydon.
The civic quarter of the South Kilburn masterplan regeneration programme, Peel Place, has been given the go-ahead at Brent Council’s first virtual planning committee.
Willmott Dixon has been given the green light for a mixed-use development of 112 new homes at 300 Harrow Road.
Bouygues UK has won a contract to design and build the first phase of the new Ebury Bridge Estate in Pimlico for Westminster City Council.
Living Space Housing has today (28 April) restarted construction on its development scheme for affordable homes located in central Telford.
Reskinning existing buildings could provide affordable housing for the capital at a faster rate without the negative impacts of demolition that can undermine the benefits of new builds. Richard Hyams of architect astudio takes a look.
Construction work is set to restart on the former Victoria Carpets Sports Ground in Kidderminster after work was halted due to Covid-19.
Kier has been appointed to Lot 2 of the connected contractor framework to deliver new build accommodation for rent.
Lovell Partnerships and Homes England have agreed deals worth £140m, to deliver 500 new homes on two former Ministry of Defence (MoD) sites in Yorkshire and Wiltshire.
The historic dye works and laundry factory in Bristol is being transformed into new homes by Galliard Homes and Acorn Property Group
Vistry Partnerships has exchanged contracts with Homes England for six developments that will provide more than 570 new homes across the UK.