Residential and Development

Residential property news and features and all the latest news on major property developments.


Consero London buys Birchville Court for £50m


Developer Consero London has acquired Birchville Court in Bushey for £50m.

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Bellway buys former school for resi scheme


Developer plans to build 183 homes on former boarding school site in Sussex

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Lendlease picked for £8bn Thamesmead project


Housing association Peabody has selected Lendlease as preferred bidder to help it deliver its £8bn, 11,500 home Thamesmead Waterfront scheme in south east London.

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Addington Capital given permission for third PRS scheme in Leeds


Addington Capital has been given permission to build a 100-unit residential development in Leeds.

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Henley turns to Ivory to launch £300m UK BTR push


Henley is entering the UK build-to-rent (BTR) sector with the appointment of a team led by Jonathon Ivory, former managing director of Atlas Residential, and launch of a £300m investment strategy.


PLATFORM_ enters Welsh market with 206-home BTR development in Cardiff


Build-to-rent developer and operator PLATFORM_ is set to enter the Welsh market with a new scheme in Cardiff.


Viventi to invest £100m in UK BTR


US investor Viventi Capital Management plans to invest £100m in the UK build-to-rent market.


Schroder Real Estate closes Residential Land Partnership fund with commitments of £70m


Schroder Real Estate has completed the final close of the Residential Land Partnership (RLP) with commitments of £70m.

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Court rules in favour of Tate viewing platform


The Neo Bankside development has lost its right to privacy case against the Tate Modern over the art gallery’s viewing platform.

Tesco and Weston Homes are set to develop 1400 homes in Goodmayes

Tesco joins with Weston to develop 1,400 homes in northeast London


Tesco has joined forces with Weston Home to develop a mixed-use scheme on the site of one of the supermarket’s store in northeast London, which will include 1,400 homes.


Planning appeal decision times could be cut by five months, review finds


The Planning Inspectorate could cut the time it takes to decide a planning appeal from 47 to 26 weeks, according to an independent government report published today.

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HUB and Bridges collaborate with Women’s Pioneer Housing for £80m regeneration project in West London


Women’s Pioneer Housing (WPH) and HUB and Bridges Fund Management are set to redevelop a key site on Wood Lane, White City in a joint venture to deliver a new residential building and 80 new homes for WPH residents.

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Old Oak Common scheme hits new roadblock with Cargiant


Used-car firm accuses development body behind scheme of ‘cock-up’ in escalating row over west London site


Will critical NAO report force planning reform?


The planning system is “not working well” with half of all local authorities unlikely to meet the government’s housing delivery targets and infrastructure funding lacking cohesion and certainty, according to a damning report by the National Audit Office (NAO).

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