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6 April, 2018David Paine
Up to £215m of government funding due to be handed to councils in Oxfordshire as part of its housing deal “may be withheld or clawed back” if certain targets and milestones are not met, it has emerged.
29 March, 2018David Paine
Housing minister Dominic Raab has blamed councils for the government missing its target of replacing every council house sold through the right-to-buy.
19 March, 2018Tim Clark
Haringey’s HDV regeneration plans have been blighted by opposition campaigns and bitter disagreements. LGC’s sister title Construction News examines the factors behind the controversy and the consequences for projects across the UK.
13 March, 2018Zak Garner-Purkis
Havering LBC has agreed a £1bn contract with a contractor to redevelop 12 council estates across the borough, LGC’s sister title Construction News reports.
9 March, 2018Andrew Whitaker
As Sir Oliver Letwin undertakes his review into the barriers to housebuilding there has inevitably been a huge amount of noise around planning issues as various parties try to influence his thinking.
9 March, 2018Richard Lewis
As one of the fastest-growing cities in the UK, Leeds has an economy worth £18bn which has grown at a rate of almost 40% in the past decade.
9 March, 2018Robert Cusack
The brownfield register offers great potential for identifying viable sites to build homes, but its implementation has been patchy
7 March, 2018Rhodri Rowlands
The Homelessness Reduction Act comes into effect on 1 April and with it comes the biggest changes to homeless legislation for years.
6 March, 2018Tony Travers
The fanfare surrounding the publication of a revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPFF) concentrated on the need to build more homes in England.
6 March, 2018Mark Smulian
More than 205,000 homes on council tax databases have been empty for more than six months - an increase of 5,000 on the position a year earlier, the charity Empty Homes has found.