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A working group set up by the government has recommend that a new regulatory body be set up to oversee estate agents.
London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan has rejected plans to build a new skyscraper in the City called The Tulip.
Developing mixed-use projects in UK town centres could inject millions of pounds into local economies and create thousands of jobs, according to a leading planning consultancy.
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.
Galliard Homes has been given the green light for a 280,000 sq ft mixed-use scheme at Nine Elms Parkside, London.
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.
Theresa May will today promise to introduce minimum space requirements to end “rabbit hutch” new homes.
The developer behind Belfast’s Tribeca scheme has altered its original planning application to include less office space.
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.
Brent, Ealing and Hackney identified as ‘pro-regeneration’ boroughs in study of councils’ planning decisions