Sir Oliver Letwin has issued a draft analysis of his review into build-out reviews and landbanking, following his interim report in spring. Specifically the remit was to “explain the significant […]
The Housing Advisers Programme, an innovative scheme set up by the Local Government Association to help councils overcome housing challenges in their local areas, has opened for funding bids. Last […]
The Right to Build Task Force is advising London Older Lesbian Cohousing, work that it hopes will pave the way for it to advise a far great range of community-led housing projects.
The Right to Build Expo Glasgow will bring together leading experts and advisors in the world of Custom and Self-build to provide a snapshot of the current picture in Scotland.
The Federation of Master Builder’s latest State of Trade Survey proves positive for small and medium-sized (SME) construction firms, despite recent rises in material prices.
The former housing and planning minister and TCPA president Nick Raynsford has slammed the planning system as failing outright in the recently published Interim Report of the Raynsford Review: Planning […]
The Resolution Foundation has published its much anticipated Intergenerational Commission, exploring the assumption that each generation will do better than the one before it. Following two years of research, its […]
Facit Homes has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its innovative approach to housing design and manufacturing
Create Streets has published a comprehensive paper, From NIMBY to YIMBY: How to win votes by building more homes. In the paper, Nicholas Boys Smith Founding Director of Create Streets, […]
NaCSBA responds to the draft revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) saying that serviced plots can help large sites build out more quickly