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The Birmingham Municipal Housing Trust (BMHT), the council's housebuilding division, has published plans to build 2,708 new homes by 2029.
Wates Residential has extended its partnership with Orbit after being appointed to help deliver a £9.4m project for new homes in the London Borough of Bexley.
The first 725 homes, including affordable homes at Enfield Council’s £6bn Meridian Water scheme, will be delivered by development partner Galliford Try.
Mount Anvil and ExCeL London has secured a resolution to grant planning permission from NSDC for phases two and three of its development in London.
Galliford Try Partnerships has signed a deal with Homes England to build more than 850 new homes across the UK.
Plans have been submitted by CCG (Scotland) Ltd to build 330 homes in Whitlawburn as part of a £42m housing-led regeneration.
Homes England has announced a further £63m investment boost in the Northern Arc at Burgess Hill in West Sussex, where up to 3,500 new homes will be constructed.
Engineers developing the HS2 hub at Old Oak Common in North West London are proposing plans to tap heat from trains to heat up to 500 new homes.
More than 760 new homes are being built in Basildon following a £30m funding boost from Homes England, which will see the majority of homes built using modular construction techniques.
A former plant operator has been sentenced after he used a digger to cause £4m worth of damage to brand new bungalows in Buntingford in a dispute over wages.
Queens Cross Housing Association has now secured £40m funding from M&G Investments for ambitious plans to build 600 new homes and transform Hamiltonhill.
The government’s planning system is underperforming and is failing to prove that it is meeting housing demand effectively.
Bellway Homes has been given the go-ahead by the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation for the development of new homes on Ebbsfleet Cross.
Around 8,500 new houses will be built in Northamptonshire following a £70m funding injection from Homes England, the government’s housing delivery agency.