Councils could be required to release vacant sites and buildings under government proposals "unless there is a compelling reason not to do so".
Transport for London turned to technology to help it assess the housing potential of more than 2,000 sites.
The 1950s-built Frampton Park estate in Hackney is being brought up to date with injections of contemporary urbanism, Josephine Smit finds.
Manchester's NOMA is regenerating character and community as part of its redevelopment of an 8 hectare city site, Josephine Smit writes.
Storey Homes' De Montfort Place provides new homes that are sympathetic to their Bedford setting and reinstate the streetscape, Josephine Smit finds.
In the government's quest to improve the design quality and sustainability of new homes, its own delivery agency could be a catalyst, writes Chris Brown.
We need innovative and varied solutions that middle-income earners can afford if we are going to address the housing crisis, writes Xander Vermeulen Windsant.
With four years to the next general election, the government needs to be planning now if it is to deliver urban transformation for post-industrial areas, writes Tim Williams.
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