Poly UK has appointed Bennett Construction as the primary contractor to deliver 257 homes at Plaza Collection in Mill Hill – the first phase of £380m Millbrook Park transformation.
Future Generation has revealed two significant Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) schemes alongside a £55m development facility from Maslow Capital.
CEG has appointed BAM Construction to deliver the first phase of its £350m development, known as Globe Point in Leeds, with a start on site confirmed for 30th March.
Build-to-rent developer, Placefirst, has revealed plans for a new mixed-use development in Wolverhampton’s Canalside Quarter.
Eutopia Homes has secured planning permission for a new £130m sustainable ‘urban village’ on a 15-acre brownfield site previously owned by Network Rail.
The English Cities Fund and St Helens Council have joined forces to form a partnership that could unlock the potential to transform large areas of the borough.
Six councils across the UK will receive a share of £1.2m to drive innovative digital projects to improve public services, the government has announced.
The government has revealed plans to put good design and place-making at the heart of a reformed planning system.
A new state-of-the-art science and engineering building at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) has been given the green light.
Following the approval of a draft plan by the council, a final version of the Strategic Regeneration Framework for the Wythenshawe hospital and its surrounding campus will be developed for public consultation.
Wates Developments and Redrow Homes have submitted a planning application to create 1,500 new homes on the former Ford Airfield in West Sussex.
Planners have given the go-ahead to an ambitious new masterplan for Grahame Park in Colindale as part of the transformation of Barnet’s largest housing estate.
Renfrewshire Council gave the green light for the new energy carbon-neutral building, National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS).
Plans for the UK’s first city-based wellbeing resort in Manchester at Peel L&P’s TraffordCity have been unanimously approved by Trafford Council’s planning committee.