Construction of the new housing development, Linden Gardens in Carterton, by property developer Taggart Homes, is well underway with the show home set to open to the public in October.
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.
Over a hundred towns in England to share £80m to boost regeneration from the government to help them to ‘build back better’.
Building is underway for 16 affordable homes in Colchester, contributing to the council’s commitment to build 350 new council homes.
Atkins and Jacobs have been appointed as lead consultants on an important new study looking at transport improvements to support growth and regeneration in the corridor between Abbey Wood and Ebbsfleet.
VINCI is to construct Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s new cinema, retail and homes development at Marketfield Way in Redhill.
Cambridge Investment Partnership has handed over energy-efficient homes at Wulfstan Way, Cambridge, as part of its commitment to deliver more than 500 new council homes to the city by March 2022.
The '2025: New Homes Without Gas' guide from the NHBC Foundation explains the key technical issues and discusses the choices housebuilders, designers and architects face when specifying alternative heating and hot water systems.
CCG (Scotland) Ltd have begun construction work to build brand new affordable, energy-efficient homes in Bingham and Parkview in North East Edinburgh.
The government’s housing ambitions cannot only rely upon volume housebuilders, says Housing Diversification, a new action group.
Winvic has been appointed to deliver the first phase of infrastructure works at Fairham, the new £800m neighbourhood in Nottingham.
The government has announced a £30m funding boost to help kick-start the building of thousands of new homes by transforming public sector land.
Caledonia Housing Association has announced a £40m injection for new homes in Scotland, from Inverness, through Tayside and within West Dunbartonshire.