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Need to know: Councils act to tackle housing crisis

Need to know: Councils act to tackle housing crisis

Research finds that councils are taking on a bigger role in housing provision by setting up housing companies or pursuing other routes.

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Case study: Turning a city river from a negative to a positive force

Case study: Turning a city river from a negative to a positive force

The river running through Derry-Londonderry has long been a focus for people in despair, but it could now become a catalyst for change, writes Josephine Smit.

Case study: Creating identity in a new community

Case study: Creating identity in a new community

Developer Knight Dragon is working hard to transform the Greenwich Peninsula site into a place by combining homes with art, meanwhile uses and varied architecture, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: When the local authority leads town centre regen

Case study: When the local authority leads town centre regen

A Buckinghamshire local authority is working with the private sector to regenerate its town centre as part of a strategy aimed at making it financially self-sufficient by 2023.

Case study: How businesses are enhancing King's Cross

Case study: How businesses are enhancing King's Cross

Businesses in the Euston, St Pancras and King's Cross area have taken a lead in delivering a low pollution walking route and study opportunities for students, finds Josephine Smit.


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Opinion: Planning isn't pushing up house prices

Opinion: Planning isn't pushing up house prices

Two unconnected events, the Budget and the Future City Catapult's excellent #plantech work have brought the impotence of the planning system to impact housing supply into sharp relief for me.

Opinion: Potential and pitfalls of local plan intervention

Opinion: Potential and pitfalls of local plan intervention

Residential developers and housebuilders will be more focused on the additional cash for the sector in last month's Budget than Sajid Javid's announcement that he is finally looking to get tough with planning authorities that don't have a plan in place.

Opinion: Harlow seventy years on

Opinion: Harlow seventy years on

As the new town celebrates its seventieth anniversary it stands poised for the next stage in its evolution, writes Michael Hardware.

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