by Paul Addison on October 25, 2019 No comments Planning permission for 3,000 new homes in Burgess Hill has been approved by Mid Sussex District Council’s planning committee.
Once discussed with the community, Homes England, who own the 494-acre site known as the Northern Arc, will work with developers to propose detailed planning applications.
Additionally, the development is set to provide;
READ MORE Planning Permission Granted For 3,000 Homes In Sussex 10.25.2019 In the time between April 2018 and March 2019, 40,289 dwellings have been completed by the government’s housing accelerator, Homes England.
Throughout the same period, 45,692 homes were started on site under programmes managed by Homes England.
These are the highest levels of completions in 4 years, and the highest levels of starts in 9 years, per the organisation.
READ MORE 40,000 Dwellings Fulfilled by Homes England 07.29.2019 A post war housing estate has been granted approval by Woking Borough Council’s planning.
The goal is to regenerate the 74-acre site in the Woking suburbs into a
‘sustainable, community-focused’ neighbourhood, with the present number of dwellings doubling from 570 to 1,142, half of which will be affordable.
695 homes have detailed consent, and 834 homes have planning permission.
READ MORE Regeneration of Woking Suburb 05.21.2019 Outline planning permission has been granted by Thurrock Council’s planning committee, for a £1 billion proposal.
Purfleet Centre Regeneration Ltd (PCRL),
(a joint venture between Urban Catalyst & Swan Housing Association), submitted the plans for Purfleet on Thames.
Up to 2,850 homes are included in the plans, as well as; shops, restaurants, a medical centre, community facilities, a new town centre, upgrades to the rail station, improved riverside area, a new primary school, a 1,000,000 square feet media village with art, film and TV studios and new parks and leisure spaces.
READ MORE Approval Granted For £1bn Purfleet Regeneration 05.15.2019 By means of a £42 million loan from the Mayor of London, the former HM Prison Holloway site has been purchased by housing association Peabody.
By 2022, working with developer London Square, Peabody must have started work on over 1,000 dwellings, 60% of which, need to be for social rent, shared ownership or London Living Rent.
The chief executive of Peabody, Brendan Sarsfield, said:
READ MORE Holloway Prison Site Bought by Peabody 04.08.2019 A former nine-acre gasworks site in York, now derelict, is anticipated to undergo a £200 million Gross Development Value, (GDV), transformation to a 700-dwelling neighbourhood.
To construct the scheme, North Star have partnered with private rental housing operator Moda Living and its joint venture partner Apache Capital Partners.
The brownfield site has been vacant for 10 years and is anticipated to be transformed into a new residential community, with retail space and community use, (subject to planning consent).
READ MORE £200m Makeover for Derelict York Site 03.26.2019 Due to the absence of affordable housing, the London Borough of Southwark has rejected the £500 million redevelopment of a former biscuit factory into a build-to-rent scheme.
The 15.3-acre site, situated near Bermondsey Tube Station and neighbouring the old Lewisham and Southwark College campus, would have provided 1,342 build-to-rent properties.
Additionally, retail and leisure space, offices, and a 600-place secondary school in buildings ranging from 4 – 28 storeys in height would have been included in the scheme.
READ MORE Grosvenor Biscuit Building Scheme Rejected by Southwark 03.07.2019 by Paul Addison on October 30, 2018 No comments With the aim to ‘beef’ up councils’ housing and planning teams, a £10 million fund has been started by Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London.
Khan has said new council homes have been prevented by London councils budgets decreasing by 50%.
To lift housing and planning teams, councils can bid for up to £750,000 each from the Homebuilding Capacity Fund.
READ MORE London Planning Teams Cash Boost 10.30.2018 by Paul Addison on October 19, 2018 No comments Principle approval has been granted to a major redevelopment site in Maidenhead as part of a broader scheme to regenerate the town.
The scheme, located on the banks of Maidenhead waterways includes;
229 homes alongside, community space, food and café outlets. READ MORE Approval Of Maidenhead Regeneration Scheme 10.19.2018 by Paul Addison on September 7, 2018 No comments Plans to redevelop Botany Bay have been approved by Chorley Council.
Separated by the Leeds to Liverpool canal, 4 individual applications for the 91 acre site are involved.
The company accountable for three of the applications, FI Real Estate Management, will be refurbishing a Victorian cotton mill that is located on the site into shops.
READ MORE Botany Bay Redevelopment 09.07.2018