2018-06-18T12:24:00+01:00By Richard Hook
Planning permission has been granted for three developments in Old Oak that represent the first major private sector schemes approved within London’s largest designated ‘Opportunity Area’.
2018-06-14T19:21:00+01:00By Emanuela Barbiroglio
London buildings that have failed fire safety testing performed in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy haven’t reduced in value according to exclusive data analysed by Nimbus Maps for Property Week.
2018-06-07T12:52:00+01:00By Samantha Partington
Jeremy Pocklington will take over the position of director general for housing at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government in September.
2018-06-05T13:09:00+01:00By Richard Hook
Sadiq Khan has unveiled revised plans for a new £1.1bn mixed-use scheme in Olympic Park, which will be home to the BBC’s live music offering, with £385m of investment from the Mayor of London.
2018-05-24T05:31:00+01:00By Mitchell Labiak
Experts give their insight on Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety.
2018-05-24T13:57:00+01:00By Mitchell Labiak
Report by the former minister for housing Nick Raynsford calls for a simplified, people-centred planning system.
2018-05-24T05:11:00+01:00By Bissan Zamzam
There remains a general perception among the public and within some planning authorities — I worked at three of them — that developers have infinite pots of money to throw at projects and that planning delays are part and parcel of the game.