CPRE and English Rural are urging the government to allocate £12.8bn of funding to tackle the housing crisis and deliver affordable homes for rural key workers.
100,000 new affordable homes are needed each year to provide housing fit for key workers who have fought Covid-19 on the frontline, according to a new report by the Local Government Association (LGA).
Plans to build a new £20m social housing development in Strabane have been given the green light by Derry City and Strabane District Council.
Protect Membrane's reflective membrane solution delivered thermal efficiency for a large new build social housing development in Gorton, Greater Manchester.
Canterbury City Council has appointed Thomas Sinden to refurbish and remodel existing student accommodation at Parham Village into much-needed council homes.
Cambridge Investment Partnership continues to deliver brand new affordable council homes across Cambridge with the purchase of a new site in Orchard Park.
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.
A groundbreaking project to retrofit energy measures in existing properties to create net-zero energy homes is being piloted in Exeter.
The Conservation Hierarchy is a new framework developed by the University of Oxford to help construction projects achieve Biodiversity Net Gain, improving infrastructure while protecting and enhancing the natural environment. Hollie Booth, Henry Grub and Professor EJ Milner-Gulland from the University of Oxford and Julia Baker from Balfour Beatty major projects explain.
Housing minister, Julie James has announced that investment in housing in Wales will reach £400m in 2020-21, thanks to a £175m budget boost from the Welsh Government.
Wrexham County Council and Liberty are to build new council homes at the site of the former Nant Silyn residential care home on Pont Wen, Caia Park.
The Queen’s speech has reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to infrastructure, with promises to invest in the country’s public services and construction industry.
Britain has woken up to the largest Conservative majority since 1987 after Boris Johnson was swept back into Number 10 in the General Election.
In its manifesto, ‘Infrastructure for everyone’, the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) argues for denser brownfield development, to help deal with the national housing crisis.