Housebuilder Avant Homes has acquired a “significant” parcel of land at Chesterfield’s £340m Waterside development.
The company says it will build 177 homes on the land.
Government proposals that use blanket planning permissions, or permitted development rights, to bypass local scrutiny to deliver housing in England put quality and affordability at risk, it is claimed.
During the third quarter of 2018, 91,841 residential units were approved, with housing schemes of 10 or more units accounting for 87 per cent of the total.
Housebuilder is one of the biggest beneficiaries of the taxpayer-funded scheme
Home building is boosting growth of the construction sector in the UK but home building organisations are warning that Brexit is and could continue to affect the sector.
Kate Macintosh, John Worrall, Frances Holliss, Robin Howell and Eileen Peck on a report calling for 3 million new social homes to be built in the next 20 years
Cheaper mortgage deals are keeping buyers interested despite Brexit uncertainty, housebuilder Taylor Wimpey said on Wednesday.
Housebuilder Jones Homes has bought 5.95 acres of land at the former Harworth and Birtles Colliery site.
Commission including Sayeeda Warsi and Ed Miliband has been researching ways to tackle housing crisis
US-headquartered investment firm Hines has agreed the first big London property deal of 2019, buying the land to build a £70 million building in one of the capital's busiest shopping streets.
The number of homes granted planning permission in England rose by two per cent in the year to the end of September, rising to 359,500.
Plans for 278 houses on a disused playing field in Clifton, Nottingham, have been approved in principle by Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee.
A new residential development on Southport Road, Scarisbrick, is set to bring 40 affordable homes for people living in the local area.
Hundreds of new houses look set to be built in South Derbyshire after planning for the initial phase of the strategic site was approved.
Figures from the government and NHBC show signs of a reviving housing market, if you ignore London and the South
Battersea Power Station on Monday sealed a year-long £1.6 billion deal to get new owners amid worries that there will be construction delays.
Developer Lovell Homes plans to build 151 homes in Wolverhampton after purchasing the land, which already has planning permission for the development.
Liverpool, has received the green light from planners.
Developer Lion Court Homes has acquired a Black Country land parcel for an undisclosed sum with planning to build 84 homes.
Borough where 11 Grenfell families remain in hotels backs plan for retirement complex including £12m houses
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