Proposals for a new £14m housing scheme on the outskirts of a county Durham village have been submitted for consent.
Plans for 133 homes at Ebbsfleet Green have received approval by Ebbsfleet’s planning committee, including 37 affordable rented and 14 shared ownership homes including five wheelchair accessible homes.
Rockwell and FirethornTrust have gained planning consent for the landmark waterfront development of Quay House in Canary Wharf, London.
Student accommodation developer, Unite Group has been given the green light for its 416-bed student accommodation development in Bristol city centre.
Willmott Dixon has been chosen by Humberside Police Force and developer Wykeland Group to construct a £20m operational support building.
Laing O’Rourke has been confirmed as the construction partner on Gary Neville’s £200m St Michael’s development.
Trafford Council has approved the next phase of the £60m redevelopment at Emirates Old Trafford for Lancashire Cricket.
Garden Communities can help meet local housing needs, but require confidence over implementation to avoid housing delivery failure, says Lachlan Anderson-Frank of planning and development consultancy Lichfields.
Aberdeen Standard Investments’ AIPUT fund (Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust) has won a grant for planning permission for Black Arrow, a warehouse development at its Blackthorne Point industrial estate in Poyle.
Avanton are looking at a range of options for the transformation of the gasholder on the landmark gasholders site, including creating London’s first alligator park.
The first phase the £1bn regeneration of the town centre and will create a gateway to the wider masterplan, connecting existing Purfleet with the new development.
A planning application has been submitted by the Museum of London to transform market buildings in West Smithfield into a new world-class cultural destination.
Manchester Metropolitan University has submitted plans to build a new science and engineering building in place of the John Dalton West building.