The Wildlife Trusts has called on government to build nature-friendly communities, releasing guidelines on developing environmentally conscious, quality housing to repair the recent and rapid decline of wildlife habitats.
The Co-operative Councils Innovation Network’s (CCIN) Community-led Housing Report supports local authorities with bringing on community-led housing.
The Right To Build Task Force is supporting Fareham Borough Council in working towards providing custom and self-build plot opportunities at Welborne Garden Village.
New planning fees come into force on the 17 January 2018, including fees for Permissions in Principle, which commence in 1 June 2018
The new Homes England replaces the Homes and Communities Agency, adding land purchase to its remit in a drive to increase the amount of developable land being brought forward for housing.
May’s cabinet reshuffle adds housing to Sajid Javid’s title, while Dominic Raab replaces Alok Sharma as the new housing minister.
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
The Government’s new Planning Delivery Fund will support local authorities with the supply of new homes nationwide, with a £25 million cash injection
Two new industry reports have revealed that Brownfield Registers are failing to meet their potential, identifying that national and local government could do much more to secure suitable land and simplify the task in the process.
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.