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Need to know: Homes England backs Northamptonshire sites

Need to know: Homes England backs Northamptonshire sites

Deal with government agency makes £70 million loan available to aid delivery of 8,500 homes in the county.

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Case Studies

Case study: Redesigning the workspace for creatives

Case study: Redesigning the workspace for creatives

Refurbishment of a canalside building is the first phase in the development of a west London hub for SMEs, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: Holding a festival to innovate in housing

Case study: Holding a festival to innovate in housing

The Bristol Housing Festival is a five year experiment involving city players and general public to find solutions to the housing crisis, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: Tackling community fragmentation and anti-social behaviour

Case study: Tackling community fragmentation and anti-social behaviour

In North Tyneside a public-private partnership is succeeding in changing the lives of disadvantaged young people with work-based training, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: Respecting heritage in urban renewal

Case study: Respecting heritage in urban renewal

A south London scheme brings 272 homes and commercial space, while also recognising the history of a site that has been central to its community, writes Josephine Smit.


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Developers may be wary of cities' density drive, by Joey Gardiner

Developers may be wary of cities' density drive, by Joey Gardiner

Politically speaking, high-density housing is definitely in vogue. The tragedy at Grenfell seems to have done little to dampen the enthusiasm, with both national and local politicians looking for a solution that appears to offer a route to providing the homes needed without encroaching on valued green fields (or green belt).

Opinion: Leveraging the local benefits

Opinion: Leveraging the local benefits

East London's regeneration strategy put a focus on delivering community benefit alongside regeneration and investment. This has resonance in Sydney, writes Tim Williams.

Opinion: We should be talking about how to build more beautifully

Opinion: We should be talking about how to build more beautifully

The government's choice of chair for its Building Better, Building Beautiful commission provoked controversy, which distracts from the debate, writes Chris Brown.

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