Construction and development
An in depth look at the development of social and affordable housing, planning rules, section 106 agreements, regeneration and sustainable construction.
Boris Johnson under pressure as providers struggle to hit affordable housing targets
Boris Johnson’s flagship housing strategy to build 42,000-homes per year in London has been formally approved by government.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) has confirmed work is to begin to build 457 homes, including 278 for private rent, on land it owns in south London.
Political parties should confront the need to build on well-connected greenbelt sites that are within 25 minutes of city train stations, a report by Centre for Cities has said.
Nearly 34,000 homes have been bought under the government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme, figures published today reveal.
Ealing Council will be able to build 99 new homes after being granted permission to borrow £15.5m against its housing revenue account (HRA).
A ‘chronic’ land availability crisis is emerging in Northern Ireland, experts have warned.
Inside Housing takes a colourful look at brownfield site avalability, using government data published earlier this week.
The output of social rented homes is now lower than at any time since 1945
The Lyons report is all roar but needs more bite
Desperately needed affordable homes are being lost because developers claim it’s no longer viable to fund them
Why is there a housing crisis in England? Two photos from 10,000 feet may just have the answer.
Colin Wiles reports on his American road trip and his thoughts on the inequality of the housing system there
Guess what the total value of government financial instruments to support new homes will be by 2021.
If you are an environmentalist you must be against building millions of new homes, right?