Chris Berkin's stories
The £250 million Aldgate Place mixed-use scheme in London, designed by Allies and Morrison, has won planning approval
A group of female protestors from environmental campaign group Greenpeace are scaling the Renzo Piano-designed Shard skyscraper in London in protest against the industrialisation of the Arctic
Plans by the Ministry of Defence and developer Grainger for nearly 4,000 new homes have been approved by Rushmoor Borough Council.
Hundreds of hectares of Homes and Communities Agency land is to be put up for sale for commercial, housing and mixed-use developments, with special measures to boost the viability of projects
Regeneration bids sought for Hendon police baseSubscription
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has invited developers to submit plans to regenerate 22 hectare of the Metropolitan Police Peel Centre training headquarters at Hendon with 1,650 new homes
UCL's £1bn east London campus vision evaporatesSubscription
University College London has walked away from controversial plans to build a £1 billion campus overlooking the Olympic Park in Stratford east London
A legal action has been launched by the families of six people who died during a fire at Lakanal House in Camberwell, south London
Housing registrations jump 21 per centSubscription
Quarterly housing registrations have jumped by almost 5,000, bringing the total for the period between December and February to 26,004
West Ham will take on a 99-year concession at the Olympic Stadium, moving into the Populous-designed arena in time for the 2016-2017 season.
Barratt Developments chief executive Mark Clare has said the company plans to spend £700 million buying land this year as increased lending in the sector is expected to fuel a housebuilder recovery across the country.