Catalyst and Redrow have been given the green light for a £170m partnership to build 420 new homes in Brentford.
The contract, the first to be awarded, is for a detailed design review which will lead to a Reserved Matters planning application, due later this financial year.
Conran and Partners have received planning approval for 104 new affordable homes to be built in Brighton and Hove to tackle the city’s housing crisis.
The MHCLG has announced that it will work in partnership with the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) to update the England Enforcement Handbook.
New plans have been submitted for the regeneration of Newgate Street in Bishop Auckland to develop a new multi-million pound retail, residential or hotel complex.
Housing providers Bolton at Home and Irwell Valley Homes have been granted planning permission for 118 new affordable homes close to Bolton town centre.
The £314m Edinburgh City Centre Transformation Strategy has been submitted for approval, as its estimated plans will deliver £420m of benefits over 25 years.
Planning permission has been secured for a new 700 capacity secondary school in Edinburgh, as Morrison Construction takes on role of contractor.
Specialist regeneration developer, U+I reveals it has secured planning on appeal to demolish part of the Swanley Shopping Centre in Kent to construct several blocks of flats.
Cheshire West and Chester Council’s planning committee has approved plans for the first phase of the Chester Northgate development.
Coventry City Council has awarded planning permission for the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building (IBRB) at the University of Warwick.
A £12m link road scheme in Horwich has been given the green light by Bolton Council as part of the £262m Rivington Chase regeneration site.
50 new affordable homes are to be built in Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, as the National Park Authority approves plans.