Kit Malthouse MP has been appointed Housing and Planning Minister, following the promotion of Dominic Raab to the post of Secretary of State for Brexit. Malthouse is the 17th planning […]
London Community Land Trust has won a bid to deliver new affordable homes on two sites owned by Transport for London. Cable Street in Tower Hamlets and Christchurch Road in Lambeth will deliver almost 75 new homes to the city, all of which will be genuinely and permanently affordable.
New research has shown that nearly one in three (30%) of over-65s homeowners, the equivalent of 1.45 million last-time buyers, are considering downsizing, but are struggling to find more suitable […]
City Hall has made a pioneering land purchase in order to deliver 400 affordable homes in Haringey. The acquisition of the St Ann’s Hospital site will see Major of London, Sadiq Khan, work closely with St Ann’s Redevelopment Trust (StART), a local community group, to deliver up to 800 new properties in Haringey, half of which will be genuinely affordable.
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 Custom and Self Build Expo Glasgow shared learnings from Scotland’s experiences in innovative housing supply, as well as announcing new dates for Right to Build Expos in England.
RUSS has been granted planning permission by Lewisham Council for its development of 33 affordable Custom Build homes in Ladywell, Lewisham, together with a new training facility, the Hub.
Wales commits up to £160m to unlock stalled sites for SME house builders, creating new homes and jobs
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 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 […]