2019-06-28T15:51:00+01:00By Alex Howlett
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire announced Friday that all new-build houses will be sold as freeholds during an address at the Chartered Institute of Housing conference in Manchester.
2019-06-27T13:13:00+01:00By Emma Shone
Galliard Homes has been given the green light for a 280,000 sq ft mixed-use scheme at Nine Elms Parkside, London.
2019-06-27T11:50:00+01:00By Mitchell Labiak
Housing secretary James Brokenshire wants to stop all leasehold houses being sold through the Help to Buy scheme, according to an interview in The Times.
2019-06-26T10:39:00+01:00By Mitchell Labiak
Theresa May will today promise to introduce minimum space requirements to end “rabbit hutch” new homes.
2019-06-21T11:50:00+01:00By Helen Crane
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has approved Queensgate Investments and Rockwell Property’s plans to redevelop the Kensington Forum Hotel, after the developers agreed to make all the homes in the scheme affordable.
2019-06-20T10:27:00+01:00By Helen Crane
Brent, Ealing and Hackney identified as ‘pro-regeneration’ boroughs in study of councils’ planning decisions
2019-06-04T12:46:00+01:00By Helen Crane
Councils will be required to report how much developers are paying in Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL) and what the money is spent on, under new rules proposed by the government.
2019-05-31T10:48:00+01:00By Helen Crane
Less than 1% of homes that have been built under permitted development rights in London are affordable, according to research published by Labour’s London Assembly housing spokesperson, Tom Copley.