Latest Planning & Policy News
City Corporation has spent only £80.7m of the £206m it took in from developers
HB Reavis has won planning permission for its 1.2m sq ft redevelopment scheme in Waterloo, London, paving the way for construction to begin next year.
A raft of property-related bills and measures have been unveiled in today’s (14 October) Queen’s Speech but the outcome for many will be tied to what form of Brexit the UK undertakes, the British Property Federation (BPF) has warned.
Plans for the first stage of a £1bn housing regeneration in east London have been green lit, but remain subject to the mayor of London’s approval.
The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision to refuse planning permission for 330 homes and a care facility in Kent due to the scheme’s impact on local air quality, in a move that could set a precedent for developers.
Housing secretary says government wants to get more people on the housing ladder
Westminster City Council has approved Landsec’s plans for Portland House, Bressenden Place.
The developers behind new theme park Blackpool Central have agreed terms with Blackpool Council, paving the way for the first two phases of the scheme.
Party favours more regular valuations and pledges crackdown on rogue landlords
Housing spokesman backs developers but calls for end to planning loopholes