2023-09-26T11:24:00+01:00By Madeleine Knight
McLaren Property has sold its option on a 85,315 sq ft site on Brunswick Street in Darlington, County Durham to the Government Property Agency for a permanent base.
2023-09-21T00:00:00+01:00By Ciaran Nerval
Experts acknowledge political point-scoring on both sides but say the focus on housebuilding is positive.
2023-09-20T00:00:00+01:00By Henry Church
The Compulsory Purchase Association (CPA) represents more than 800 individuals and businesses involved in the process across the UK and has been keeping an eye on the potential implications of the proposed changes to so-called ‘hope value’ in the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill (LURB), which is set to receive royal ...
2023-09-18T13:43:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
Levelling up minister Dehenna Davison has resigned from the role, revealing that chronic migraines were making it impossible to do her job.
2023-09-12T15:49:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
Labour’s Angela Rayner has branded the Conservative’s levelling up agenda a “sham and a scam” in a speech to trade unions.
2023-08-03T08:44:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
The government has cut down the size of 30 planned office ‘hubs’ outside London by 25% and let out surplus floor space to other departments as more civil service workers are choosing to work from home.
2023-07-27T00:46:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
England’s second investment zone has been launched in Liverpool, with the potential to unlock £320m of private investment in the region.
Editor: Housing secretary Michael Gove’s Cambridge 2040 plan, the attempt to turn the city into the UK’s version of Silicon Valley, has been met with trepidation. While it makes sense to capitalise on the dominance of Cambridge in the UK life sciences and wider tech sectors, it is vital the ...
2023-07-26T16:28:00+01:00By Madeleine Knight
The government has opened a consultation on accelerating major infrastructure projects, focusing on changes to make the system work more effectively for applicants, local authorities and communities.
2023-07-26T15:57:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
Place-making and high street regeneration have been “consistently underestimated” by government in the latest string of planning and housing policy announcements, industry figures have warned.
2023-07-12T16:36:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has come under fire for surrendering back to the Treasury £1.9bn of the department’s budget it had been unable to spend.
2023-06-30T13:34:00+01:00By Lewis Berrill
A derelict cinema, pubs and a rugby club are among 52 community assets set to be revived as part of a £13m of levelling up funding cash injection from the government.
2023-06-07T12:34:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
Manchester and Bristol have been identified as the UK’s real estate hotspots over the next 10 years, ranking as the highest-growth cities across multiple major asset classes in CBRE’s latest research.