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Hackney Nightingale Estate

£200m regeneration scheme approved in Hackney

12 January 2017

Hackney Council has given the green light to a £200m regeneration scheme in Clapton.

Hospital pass: Olympic visitors are showing interest in Barratt's Bromley-by-Bow scheme

Barratt reports plunge in London completions

12 January 2017

Barratt Developments has reported a sharp drop in completions in London during the second half of 2016.

David Ritchie

Ritchie quits as Bovis Homes boss

9 January 2017

David Ritchie has stepped down as chief executive of Bovis Homes after eight years in the role with immediate effect.

Construction

Government opens £7bn affordable housing fund

5 January 2017

Developers can now bid for a slice of the government’s £7bn affordable housing fund to build shared ownership, rent-to-buy and affordable rented homes.

Persimmon

Persimmon posts strong trading update

5 January 2017

Persimmon has reported an 8% rise in 2016 revenues to £3.14bn in an upbeat trading update ahead of the housebuilder’s full year results.

Barking Riverside

Q&A: David Montague on L&Q's plans post-merger

8 December 2016

L&Q and East Thames housing associations have completed their merger this week, creating a new organisation that aims to deliver 100,000 homes in the next decade.

Peabody Thamesmead Central Square approved

Peabody merges with Family Mosaic

7 December 2016

Peabody and Family Mosaic have agreed to merge creating a £6bn housing association providing 55,000 homes to 111,000 residents across London and the South East.

Woodberry Down

Berkeley hit by stamp duty hike and Brexit uncertainty

2 December 2016

Up-market housebuilder Berkeley has revealed demand fell 20% during the first half of its financial year due to the stamp duty hike and Brexit.

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Alconbury Weald, Cambridgeshire

Q&A: Hugill on Urban & Civic's plan to build its own homes

12 January 2017

The fallout from the Brexit vote has done little to halt the march of developer Urban & Civic: the company made a pre-tax profit of £35.9m in the year to the end of September 2016, up from £7m in 2015.