2020-01-28T13:41:00+00:00By Emma Shone
Downing has submitted plans for a mammoth co-living scheme on First Street in Manchester.
2020-01-23T00:00:00+00:00By Parul Scampion
Airspace developments have hit the headlines in a big way recently. Planning policy is on board, housing secretary Robert Jenrick is on board and increasingly advanced construction methods are at our disposal. There is a clear appetite to build upwards as a solution to providing housing in dense areas.
Housing minister Robert Jenrick has announced new measures to improve building safety standards.
2020-01-16T00:00:00+00:00By Mitchell Labiak
Industry is cautiously optimistic that government’s First Homes policy will succeed where Starter Homes failed.
2020-01-15T13:12:00+00:00By Alex Howlett
Richard Desmond’s plans for the £1bn Westferry Printworks site on the Isle of Dogs, which were previously rejected by the planning inspector, have now been given the green light.
2019-12-20T12:05:00+00:00By Emma Shone
Sadiq Khan has slashed the housing targets in his London Plan following recommendations from planning inspectors.
2019-12-20T11:03:00+00:00By Emma Shone
Grainger has received planning permission to redevelop a housing estate in Waterloo, London.
2019-12-13T17:23:00+00:00By Emma Shone
The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has been forced to make a U-turn over plans for the West London regeneration scheme after defeat in a planning battle, which will see it lose the £250m provisionally granted to it from the government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund.
2019-12-13T12:16:00+00:00By Emma Shone
The Conservative election victory is expected to drive a recovery in the housing market but some in the build-to-rent (BTR) sector are concerned about the new government’s home ownership-focus.