Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Public Sector’s Role in Solving the Housing Crisis

I have attached this from NOVUS which gives their views on the vitally important role of Local Authorities and the Public Sector in solving the UK’s housing crisis: They echo some of the points I made in my post … Continue reading

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Report out on UK Housing, Land, Rent

Originally posted on Society could do housing and cities better:
The report Prospects for housing, land and rent in UK cities in the coming 4 decades by Michael Edwards is now out. It was commissioned by the Government Office for Science Foresight…

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Deptford tower plan sees increase in flats

Originally posted on fromthemurkydepths:
Thanks to Daryl at 853 for alerting me to a planning application before the Greenwich planning board tonight for 249 flats by the Creek in Deptford – an increase of 45 from earlier plans. I havn’t had time to…

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London’s Mega Residential Towers – a problem waiting to happen.

A little while ago, whilst at a Regeneration Conference, I told a journalist that I could see many of the residential towers built and being built in London; marketed at overseas investors, ending up losing a lot of their value … Continue reading

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