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Cheshire West and Chester Council have planned to build 737 new homes across six sites in the Borough to meet local housing needs, including affordable homes.
The City of York Council has contracted Wates Group to build 140 new homes on Lowfield Green and local residents are invited to meet them.
According to latest figures from Federation of Masters Builders’ (FMB), the consumer demand for new homes has fallen by 8% to its lowest level since 2013.
More than 4,000 new homes are set to be built on brownfield land across the West Midlands thanks to a deal between the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and Lovell Partnerships.
Catalyst and Redrow have been given the green light for a £170m partnership to build 420 new homes in Brentford.
City of York Council’s programme to deliver 600 new homes in the next five years has added another building block with the appointment of Mikhail Riches.
Thomas Sinden has been appointed by Poplar Harca as the contractor to deliver 13 new homes at an infill site in East London.
Nationwide Building Society has been given the light by Swindon Borough Council to build a £50m development consisting of 239 new homes.
Land at Claro and Deverell Barracks in Ripon will be developed to provide much needed new homes and commercial space, Homes England has announced.
The development of D’Urton Lane site in Preston will create 250 new homes for shared ownership, affordable rent and private sale.
38 new affordable homes have been given the green light in Kirkintilloch by East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board.
Planning permission has been granted for 280 new houses to be built on land south east of Murieston Road, on Wellhead Farm.
Investar Property Group has announced its acquisition of a 40,000 sq ft site on Talbot Road in Trafford, with intentions to create more than 200 new homes.
The proportion of new homes built on vacant land has fallen by 10%, bringing it to its lowest level over the past five years, according to data by CPRE.