• Waiting for the detail

    Matthew Warburton, policy advisor at the Association of Retained Council Housing (ARCH), discusses why co ...

    Matthew Warburton, policy advisor at the Association of Retained Council Housing (ARCH), discusses why councils are struggling to assess the impact of the Housing and Planning Bill. ...

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  • High priority fire safety

    Next month marks the seventh anniversary of the UK’s worst-ever tower block fire disaster. The blaze that ...

    Next month marks the seventh anniversary of the UK’s worst-ever tower block fire disaster. The blaze that ripped through Lakanal House in 2009 claiming six lives, including those of three young childr ...

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  • Students’ murals at housing development

    Murals designed by art and design students in Newport, South Wales, have been given pride of place at the ...

    Murals designed by art and design students in Newport, South Wales, have been given pride of place at the entrance to an award-winning housing development in the city. ...

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  • BIM housing model

    Thurrock Council is using BIM Level 2 to deliver the new Argent Street affordable housing development in ...

    Thurrock Council is using BIM Level 2 to deliver the new Argent Street affordable housing development in Grays. ECD Architects designed the scheme and are working with Thurrock to bring the project to ...

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  • Taking extra care

    The construction phase of One Housing Group’s latest extra care scheme in north London is well underway. ...

    The construction phase of One Housing Group’s latest extra care scheme in north London is well underway. Resident involvement and feedback from the local community has been instrumental in influencing ...

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  • Footing the Bill

    New Housing & Planning Bill criticised for furthering government's home ownership agenda to the detri ...

    New Housing & Planning Bill criticised for furthering government's home ownership agenda to the detriment of affordable housing. At the CIEH Housing and Health Conference in London in May, as the ...

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  • Connecting the dots

    Campaigners are arguing that private redevelopment is destroying social housing and driving low-income fa ...

    Campaigners are arguing that private redevelopment is destroying social housing and driving low-income families out of inner cities, particularly in London. What do you think? I watched a documentary ...

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  • £1.3bn Lincolnshire project approved

    North Lincolnshire Council’s Planning Committee today gave the go-ahead to build Phase two of Lincolnshir ...

    North Lincolnshire Council’s Planning Committee today gave the go-ahead to build Phase two of Lincolnshire Lakes – the North of England’s largest housing regeneration scheme – creating more than 7,300 ...

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  • Newark’s affordable homes tour

    New homes and efficiency were celebrated this month during Newark and Sherwood Homes’ bus tour of the dis ...

    New homes and efficiency were celebrated this month during Newark and Sherwood Homes’ bus tour of the district, an annual event which aims to inform and support the community. ...

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  • £15m planned maintenance contract

    Watford Community Housing Trust has appointed Keepmoat Regeneration as its planned maintenance partner fo ...

    Watford Community Housing Trust has appointed Keepmoat Regeneration as its planned maintenance partner for the next five years. ...

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