By Nick Johnstone, Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone Nick Johnstone2010-04-14T13:21:00+01:00
The Royal Town Planning Institute today urged the next government to “build on the strong foundations” of the existing planning system instead of overhauling it.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com visit: Planning system far from broken, argues RTPI
T3 Trinity Park Mayfair Mayfair Capital Property Unit Trust has teamed up with Opus Land to develop a new office building at Trinity Park in Solihull, the West Midlands. The trust, advised by Mayfair Capital and managed by Schroder Real Estate Managers (Jersey), will deliver ...
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Committee urges members to vote to extend exemption from office-to-resi PDR
TCN UK plans to adopt Yardi’s co-working technology platform across its entire £100m portfolio.
A church in Camberwell, south London, has submitted plans to build 43 homes on empty land following a push from the Church of England (CoE) to tackle the housing crisis.
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