More Homes, Better Homes news
Richard Rogers has renewed his attack on plans to build new garden cities across England, calling the proposals a ‘return to the mistakes of the past’.
Seven British architects among those selected to work on The Oaks, a €400 million, 220-home development on the outskirts of Prague
New research by consultant WSP has identified space for up to 630,000 new homes in London by building flats above hospitals, schools and libraries.
A 37-storey residential block by Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects (SDPS), earmarked for a 0.33ha site in south London, has been approved by Lambeth Council
Major commercial developer Argent has said that housing will be a ‘significant’ part of its future pipeline, according to its partner Nick Searl
The Church of England and supermarket chains should enter the housebuilding market as developers, according to Michael Lyons
Architect Kyson has released new images of its mixed-use scheme for a prominent corner site in south London.
More than 20 architects including PRP, HTA Design, JM Architects, PCKO and Levitt Bernstein have won places on a housing framework agreement set to deliver 6,000 new homes over the next five years
An eagerly-awaited report on the nation’s housing crisis has given its backing to a key Farrell Review proposal on urban design.
Business groups, planning officers and Mayor of London Boris Johnson have called on the government to drop a key element of its latest proposed planning reforms.
Levitt Bernstein has won a high-profile ideas contest judged by Kevin McCloud for a series of sustainable self-build homes costing less than £75,000 each
Barking and Dagenham Council has approved plans for this 1,575 home regeneration scheme on the eastern side of the 1960’s Gascoigne Estate
Business secretary Vince Cable has criticised planning reforms introduced by his own government as ‘perverse’ because of their effect on employment space.
New visuals have been released of the proposed new homes at Battersea Power Station designed by Foster + Partners and Frank Gehry
The government is looking at directly commissioning new homes if the private-sector and housing-associations fail to reach pre-set targets, senior Liberal Democrat Danny Alexander has said.
The value of UK housing starts has registered its first drop in 18 months because of a decline in social-housing new build, according to a leading industry tracker.
AJ100 practice NPS has won the Sunday Times-backed contest to design a £350,000 Passivhaus waterside holiday home
The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has slammed the Conservative’s plans to exempt proposed starter homes from zero carbon regs
A £400million government loan scheme aimed at bringing forward affordable housing by offering low-cost loans to social landlords and other developers has gone live
PCKO Architects has won planning for a 120-home scheme on the former site of Anmer Lodge care home in Stanmore, north-west London