By Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone2010-05-18T15:47:00+01:00
The new Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government has today confirmed for the first time that it will push ahead with big changes to the planning system.
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Editor: The prime minister’s vow to “turn generation rent into generation buy” with a proposed increase in low-deposit mortgages for first-time buyers suggests a willingness to help young people on to the property ladder.
The Greater London Authority has given Queensgate Investments and Rockwell the green light for the £1bn regeneration of Kensington Forum.
After a long six months, the stay on possession proceedings has finally been lifted, although this does not mean an immediate return to normality.
Colliers’ revenue fell by 6% relative to the same quarter last year according to its Q3 report, but the company expects its full year results “to be stronger than previously anticipated”.
Bruntwood Works has welcomed six new businesses to Blackfriars, its new flexible workspace in Manchester.
Modular housing company ilke Homes has secured a nine-acre site allocated for residential development in Rushden, Northamptonshire.
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