Runnymede Regeneration, Egham, New homes,

Runnymede Council approves plans for major regeneration in Egham

Plans for more than 100 new homes, shops, restaurants and a cinema in Egham have been approved for the Runnymede Regeneration.
The tulip, Sadiq khan,

Khan rejects proposals for the Tulip tower

London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan has rejected plans to build the 300-metre skyscraper “the Tulip”, stating it would harm the skyline.
New homes, Ripon

1,300 new homes plan announced for Ripon

Land at Claro and Deverell Barracks in Ripon will be developed to provide much needed new homes and commercial space, Homes England has announced.
Community-led housing, Planners, Community First Yorkshire, Royal Town Planning Institute

A guide to better planning for communities in England

A planner’s guide to help local authorities support more community-led housing development has been launched by Community First Yorkshire.
Barne Barton estate, clarion,

Barne Barton regeneration gets the green light

Clarion Housing Group has been granted full planning permission by Plymouth City Council to regenerate the Barne Barton estate.
intu Lakeside, new development, modern homes, Essex

intu to create new development on doorstep of intu Lakeside

The new development will bring a mix of over 1,000 modern homes to rent, catering for individuals, creating high quality, community living in Essex.
Longniddry, Cruden Homes,

Longniddry village expansion gets the go-ahead

Cruden Homes has secured planning permission to build 81 new homes as part of the first phase of the expansion masterplan at Longniddry.
new homes, Kirkintilloch,

38 affordable new homes given the green light in Kirkintilloch

38 new affordable homes have been given the green light in Kirkintilloch by East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board.
UK Geoenergy Observatory,

Cheshire gives UK Geoenergy Observatory the green light

Cheshire West and Chester Council councillors have given the go-ahead for a new UK Geoenergy Observatory at Ince Marshes in the north of the county.
New development, Riverside Place, Ayr

New development announced for Riverside Place in Ayr

Councillors have taken the unanimous decision to demolish the three multi-storey blocks and build a new development on the Riverside Place site in Ayr
Bolton College of Medical Sciences, planning,

Bolton College of Medical Sciences gets the go-ahead

Bolton Council’s planning committee has backed plans for the new Bolton College of Medical Sciences, which will transform how NHS workforces are trained in the UK.
Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme, BMMjv,

£76m contract for next phase of Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme

The next phase of work on the Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme has been confirmed after Leeds City Council and BMMjv sign a £76m contract.
Ravenscraig, masterplan,

Masterplan approved to regenerate Scotland’s largest brownfield site

A masterplan to regenerate one of the largest brownfield sites in Europe at Ravenscraig has been approved by the North Lanarkshire Council.
Space hub Sutherland, environmental impacts,

Studies to assess environmental impacts of Space Hub Sutherland

Preliminary work is getting underway to agree on the scope of environmental impact studies that should be carried out in relation to the site of a proposed space hub in Sutherland.

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