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Pioneering mixed-use student complex gets go ahead

Planning has been granted for a major new mixed use development in Ealing, which will see the creation of 323 units of high quality student accommodation, alongside 35,000sqft of commercial and retail space, within minutes of central London. With the... View Article

Housebuilder’s bid to get stalled development re-started

Housebuilder Persimmon Homes has submitted a new planning application in a bid to get construction re-started at a stalled Bedfordshire development. The Home Farm site at Lodge Road in Cranfield has been dormant since May 2012, after negotiations between Persimmon and... View Article

Construction begins of new affordable homes in Christchurch

Work to build 27 new affordable homes in the Somerford area of Christchurch has begun. Sovereign Housing Association’s development at Scotts Green received planning approval last June and demolition of the previous homes was completed before Christmas. said Luke Bingham,... View Article

State-of-the-art extra care scheme opens in Torbay

Torbay’s Deputy Mayor, Dave Thomas joined Sanctuary Group and representatives from Torbay Council and Torbay Development Agency to celebrate the completion of Whitley Court, a state-of-the art extra care scheme in Hayes Road in Paignton. Leading housing and care provider... View Article

BRE to collaborate on building standards in Mexico

As part of the Deputy Prime Minister’s trade mission to Mexico this week, BRE has signed an agreement with the Government of central state Aguascalientes today which will pave the way for the use of BREEAM and LPCB (Loss Prevention... View Article

AEW continues work with Ronald McDonald House

Manchester architecture practice AEW has submitted planning applications on behalf of Ronald McDonald House Charities for two new schemes in Nottingham and Cardiff. AEW has a long association with the charity and has previously designed houses for families in Manchester,... View Article

London Square buys office site in Parsons Green

Award-winning residential developer London Square has acquired a prime development site at 100 New Kings Road in Parsons Green with a projected GDV of over £30 million. The 0.2 acre site, a former office building, has been acquired from New... View Article

Work starts on stunning new homes scheme

A leading house builder says work is underway on a £11 million development set around a stunning area of open space in a Midlands’ village. Persimmon Homes says work started on its new Elmbridge Gardens site in Wychbold, near Bromsgrove,... View Article

Bangor University: St Mary’s Student Halls development

A consortium of three companies has been selected to develop Bangor University’s residential site at St Mary’s – Cityheart Ltd who are leading the project, Vinci Construction UK Ltd, and CRM Ltd. Investment of over £30 million will bring new... View Article

Minister sees new era of PRS homes

The housing minister Kris Hopkins MP saw some of the first homes in the country being built especially for the private rent sector when he visited Aberfeldy estate in Tower Hamlets. The Government has backed the Private Rental Sector (PRS)... View Article

Assael Architecture to design pioneering waterside development

Assael Architecture has been appointed by Cardy Construction Limited to develop a £150,000,000 mixed-use regeneration scheme on an existing brownfield site on the edge of Lake Lothing, Lowestoft, Suffolk. The unique environmentally lead masterplan aims to deliver the local authority’s... View Article

Major initiative results in 230 warmer homes

One of the South’s leading housing associations has carried out a £2.8 million programme to make 230 homes in Berkshire and Oxfordshire more energy efficient and help residents out of fuel poverty. Sovereign Housing Association’s Warmer Homes programme is over... View Article
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