Housebuilder Hill has donated the first batch of its “Foundation 200” free homes for the homeless, supplying 16 houses in Cambridgeshire.
Five years after first submitting plans, Brockton Capital and U+I have finally bagged planning approval for the development of the Newcombe House site on Kensington Church Street.
Grosvenor has submitted its planning application for the Cundy Street Quarter regeneration in Belgravia, after more than a year of often torrid public engagement.
The build-to-rent sector has grown by a dramatic 281% since 2015, reports the NHBC.
“Political, financial and environmental forces are collectively disrupting the future of housing delivery,” says Savills, while technological advances are forging a considerable evolution within the construction industry
100-home Passivhaus development in Norwich named Britain’s best new building of 2019. “Goldsmith Street is a modest masterpiece,” say the 2019 Stirling Prize judges. “It is high-quality architecture in its purest most environmentally and socially-conscious form”
Revised plans for the 12 acre former biscuit factory and college campus site add over 100 resi units and boost affordable homes to 35% of the total
“The housing crisis is an economic, social and human catastrophe,” says the Chartered Institute of Housing. “But it can be solved”
In Pictures: Ballymore and Hammerson have submitted revised plans for the controversial ten-acre Bishopgate Goodsyard site in Shoreditch
James Brokenshire announces a package of measures designed to ‘tackle stigma and help end the segregation of social housing residents in mixed-tenure developments’
A new report indicates that London needs a massive seven-fold increase in Government funding to deliver affordable homes