Teignbridge District Council has announced a 20-plot dedicated Custom Build site, the result of a clever bit of planning white space created by a larger development.
Cherwell District Council is piloting a 5% deposit mortgage scheme, with the council offering access to finance for locals to build at Graven Hill in Bicester.
The Home Building Fund has supplied the development finance to Shropshire’s first custom build site at Czero Developments’ The Leys site.
New affordable homes have been delivered across four sites in Scotland, thanks to a development collaboration between Lochaber Housing Association and The Highlands Small Communities Housing Trust.
The Ecology Building Society has teamed with up with Cambridge Cohousing to provide the mortgage finance for Marmalade Lane, a 42-home collective custom build.
Community charity Housing People, Building Communities (HPBC), has been gifted a derelict church in Toxteth, for the development to benefit the community and meet local housing need.
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
Planning has been submitted for Flaxby Park, an extensive 2,750 homes scheme expected to include a large number of self-build homes on serviced plots, following the model of the successful Wynyard Park development in the North East.
Haddenham Community Land Trust has submitted a planning application to East Cambridge District Council, for its 54-home West End development.
The Rural Urban Synthesis Society (RUSS) has submitted a planning application to Lewisham Council for London’s largest self-build project.