Top 60 Developments

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Top 60: Affordable housing development of the year Video

07/09/2016

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Here, we introduce you to the year’s stand-out affordable housing schemes

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Top 60: Build to rent development of the year Video

21/07/2016

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year.  This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. First we introduce you to the best of the best in the build to rent sector

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NI landlords calls for broader housing measures

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Top 60 Developments: winners announced

16/10/2015 | By Carl Brown

Success and innovation in housing development were celebrated at an awards ceremony organised by Inside Housing which took place in London today.

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Top 60: Joint Venture Developments of the Year

04/09/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. Our list is split into 10 categories of excellence. Michael Atherton reports on our final category, the best joint venture developments of the year

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Top 60: Non Grant-Funded Developments of the Year

28/08/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. Our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best non grant-funded developments of the year

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Top 60: Regeneration Schemes of the Year

21/08/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best regeneration schemes of the year

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Top 60: Private Rented Sector Developments of the Year

14/08/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best private rented sector developments of the year

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Top 60: Market Sale Developments of the Year   Video

31/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best market sale developments of the year

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Top 60 Developments: Extra Care Developments of the Year

24/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best extra care developments of the year.

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Top 60: Innovative Developments of the Year

17/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the most innovative developments of the year.

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Top 60 Developments: Best Designed Developments of the Year

09/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the past year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next few weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best designed housing developments of the year

Top 60 Sustainable Developments of the year 2015

Top 60: Sustainable Developments of the Year

03/07/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. Michael Atherton reports on the best sustainable housing developments of the year.

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Top 60 Developments: Affordable Housing Developments of the Year

26/06/2015 | By Michael Atherton

Inside Housing is showcasing the best 60 developments of the last year. This year, our list is split into 10 categories of excellence which we will reveal over the next 10 weeks. To start us off, Michael Atherton reports on the best affordable housing developments of the year.

Top 50 affordable housing developments 2014

Accord Group and Redditch Co-operative Homes: Marlfield Farm, Redditch, Worcestershire

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 79 (all affordable)Cost: £8 million

Affinity Sutton: The Americas, Wilmington Way, Mid Sussex

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 186 (71 affordable)Cost: £32 million

Broadacres: Clack Lane, Osmotherley, North York Moors

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 12 (all affordable)Cost: £857,000

Coastline Housing: Camborne Public Rooms, Camborne, Cornwall

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 18 (all affordable)Cost: £2.5 million

Cross Keys Homes: George Matthews Gardens, Eye, Peterborough

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 13 (all affordable)Cost: £1.61 million

Dunedin Canmore Housing: Moredun Park and Hyvot Loan neighbourhood regeneration, Edinburgh

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 441 (all affordable)Cost: £48.28 million

East Thames: Hammond Court, Waltham Forest, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 43 (all affordable)Cost: £7.3 million

East Thames: Dreywood Court, Romford

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 98 (all affordable)Cost: £16 million

ExtraCare Charitable Trust: Hagley Road Village, Birmingham

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 240 (154 affordable)Cost: £32 million

Family Mosaic: Ivydale Road, Southwark, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 14 (nine affordable)Cost: £4.5 million

Guinness South: Hertford Road, Stevenage

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 100 (55 affordable)Cost: £4.11 million

Great Places Housing Group: Palmerston Street, Beswick, Manchester

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 10 (all affordable)Cost: £1.36 million

Hastoe Group: Roussillon Park, Chichester

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 252 (101 affordable)Cost: £5.98 million (for first two phases comprising 45 homes)

Hillcrest Housing Association: Q10, Wharton Square, Edinburgh

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 174 (all affordable) Cost: £26.1 millionEnjoying a prime location in a World Heritage Site, the Q10 project is embedded in Quartermile, one of the Scottish capital’s largest urban regeneration schemes. Edinburgh Council committed almost £7 million of public subsidy to this development on the site of the former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, with £600,000 made available through a section 75 agreement (the Scottish planning gain ...

Housing 21: Rohan Gardens, All Saints Road, Warwick

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 42 (all affordable)Cost: £4.97 million

Hyde Group: Storeys Meadow, West Meon, Hampshire

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 10 (all affordable)Cost: £1.33 million

Hyde New Homes: Bermondsey Spa, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 314 (225 affordable)Cost: £42 million

Impact Housing Association: Broadgate Gardens, Grasmere

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 15 (all affordable)Cost: £1.79 million

Incommunities: Roundhill Place and Chain Street, Bradford

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 16 (all affordable)Cost: £1.26 million

Keepmoat: Evergreen, Bentley, Doncaster

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 33 (nine affordable)Cost: £3.1 million

Knightstone Housing Association: J3, Bristol

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 59 (all affordable)Cost: £10.4 million

Knightstone Housing Association: Ruskin Close, Burns Road and Wordsworth Drive, Taunton

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 66 (65 affordable)Cost: £7.26 million

Knowsley Housing Trust: Penman Crescent, Halewood, Huyton

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 21 (all affordable)Cost: £1.9 million

L&Q: Haggerston West and Kingsland, Hackney, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 761 (418 affordable)Cost: £205 million

L&Q: Ruskin Walk, Southwark, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 149 (66 affordable)Cost: £56.7 million

Midlothian Council: Eastfield Drive, Penicuik

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 63 (all affordable)Cost: £8 million

Mid-Wales Housing Association: Heol Rhedyn, Newtown, Powys

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 50 (all affordable)Cost: £6.45 million

Newlon Housing Trust: Hale Village, north London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 542 (all affordable)Cost: £123 million

Newlon Housing Trust: Isobel Place, Tottenham, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 109 (all affordable)Cost: £25 million

North Ayrshire Council: St Beya Gardens, Cumbrae

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 12 (all affordable)Cost: £2.3 million

Octavia: The Greenhauses, Sulgrave Gardens, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 30 (22 affordable)Cost: £7.5 million

Origin Housing: The Bloc, Edmonton, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 221 (all affordable)Cost: £40 million

Paradigm Housing Group: Finsbury Grange, Hackney

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 130 (86 affordable)Cost: £39 million

Paradigm Housing Group: The Unicorn Pub, Luton

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 14 (all affordable)Cost: £2 million

Partick Housing Association: Centurion Way, Yorkhill Park, Glasgow

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 87 (all affordable)Cost: £14 million

Plus Dane Group: Beaconsfield Street, Granby

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 29 (20 affordable)Cost: £2.4 million

Poplar Harca: William Cotton Place, Poplar, Tower Hamlets, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 34 (all affordable)Cost: £14 million

Port of Leith Housing Association: Great Junction Street, Leith, Edinburgh

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 32 (all affordable)Cost: £4.23 million

Progress Housing Group: St George Place, Kirkham, Lancashire

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 12 (all affordable)Cost: £1.39 million

Radian: Copnor Green, Portsmouth

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 14 (all affordable)Cost: £1.8 million

Rosemary Simmons Housing Association: Imber Cross, Thames Ditton

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 12 (all affordable)Cost: £2.3 million

Sanctuary Group: Wolfson House, Charlwood Street, Pimlico, London

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 24 (all affordable)Cost: £5.3 million

Sentinel Housing Association: Popley Islands, Basingstoke

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 242 (all affordable)Cost: £34.15 million

Southern Housing Group: Vega, Kingsway, Hove

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 40 (38 affordable)Cost: £5.54 million

Sovereign Housing Association: Beechfield View, Torbay

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 144 (102 affordable)Cost: £20 million

Viridian Housing: Halton Court, Kidbrooke Village

04/04/2014

Number of homes: 170 (all affordable)Cost: £40 million