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Labour proposes £4bn a year for affordable homes

2018-04-19T12:32:00+01:00By

Labour has unveiled its housing proposals to build a million “genuinely affordable” homes over a decade should they come into power.

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Councils spend £3.8bn on commercial property in five years

2018-04-12T11:35:00+01:00By

Councils spent £3.8bn on commercial property between 2013 and 2017, according to a new report by retail membership body Revo and consultancy Carter Jonas.

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Moda and Apache accelerate Edinburgh regeneration plans

2018-04-09T09:23:00+01:00By

Moda and joint venture partner Apache Capital have submitted plans for over 200 homes in Edinburgh City centre as part of a wider regeneration project.

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Green light for new Derry transport hub

2018-04-09T11:59:00+01:00By

Translink’s plan to redevelop Waterside Train Station as a Multi Modal Transport Hub has received a recommendation to approve, ahead of the final decision by Derry & Strabane District Council on Wednesday (April 11).

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As sale of Collective Old Oak falters, will co-living too?

2018-04-05T12:00:00+01:00By

The Collective’s decision to appoint JLL and Savills to review options for its Old Oak scheme – after the sale to Newham Council’s Red Door Ventures was thrown into doubt by the election of Newham’s new mayor Rokhsana Fiaz – raises important questions for the market.

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Whitbread gets green light for Farringdon scheme

2018-04-05T09:52:00+01:00By

Whitbread and Endurance Land have secured planning permission to develop a mixed-use scheme including a 180-room hub by Premier Inn hotel in Farringdon, London.

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Government Property Agency launches

2018-04-03T09:23:00+01:00By

The Government Property Agency, which will take over management of much of the government’s estate, was officially launched on 1 April as an executive agency of the Cabinet Office.

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CBRE and Cushman reveal gender pay gap figures

2018-03-29T11:48:00+01:00By

CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield have both published their gender pay gap figures.

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Secretary of State signs off Dunsfold Park development

2018-03-29T15:37:00+01:00By

Dunsfold Park’s planning application to build 1,800 homes at the Dunsfold Aerodrome has been approved having been called in by the secretary of state for housing, Sajid Javid.

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Get Living unveils plans for £180m Leeds BTR scheme

2018-03-28T12:08:00+01:00By

Build-to-rent operator Get Living has unveiled plans for a £180m BTR scheme on a five-acre site at Globe Road in Leeds.

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