The Right to Build Task Force has shared the English Right to Build legislation experience with Dutch national and local government at a one-day conference.
Redrow Homes has objected to the inclusion of self- and custom build homes on its 970-homes site in York.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has brought forwards 10 small publicly-owned sites as a pilot programme for providing development opportunities for the capital’s small- and medium-enterprise building sector. The sites, […]
The Local Government Association (LGA) has found that there are over 423,000 homes with planning permission in place that are still waiting to be built in England and Wales.
The Co-operative Councils Innovation Network’s (CCIN) Community-led Housing Report supports local authorities with bringing on community-led housing.
Plymouth City Council has committed to a new veteran self-build scheme, following the successful completion of its award-winning Nelson Project. The council has selected a site reserved for new housing as part of its Joint Local Plan, a former residential home in Honicknowle, known as Stirling House
The Right To Build Task Force’s South West Expo will bring expertise and knowledge sharing to the region, helping it navigate the Right To Build legislation.
Richard Bacon MP and Right To Build Task Force ambassador puts forward an idea of how associations of individuals could work to bring on key-worker homes
NaCSBA announced a huge 80% increase in the number of people signing up to create their dream home on the Right To Build register, with over 33,000 now signed up.
NaCSBA’s Right To Build Task Force and Three Dragons are piloting a new tool to help local authorities assess custom and self-build housing demand.