Labour has unveiled its housing proposals to build a million “genuinely affordable” homes over a decade should they come into power.
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.
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.
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.
Douglas Rhodes, partner at Trowers & Hamlins, considers the first-tier tribunal’s first ruling on the recovery of service charges for the cost of re-cladding works following the Grenfell Tower fire.
Build-to-rent operator Get Living has unveiled plans for a £180m BTR scheme on a five-acre site at Globe Road in Leeds.
The government should allow developers to fund planning officers, or housing delivery will remain too slow according to Knight Frank’s Tom Stanley.
Regeneration specialist Urban & Civic has received planning permission for a 700,000 sq ft extension of its St Neots scheme that will also add a further 2,800 homes to the development just outside Cambridge.
In the build-up to last week’s Spring Statement, many predicted a ‘boring budget’ and Philip Hammond didn’t disappoint in this regard.