Regeneration Community must stick to its guns - Parkinson Report

The impact of the credit crunch on regeneration is serious but with the right sort of long-term leadership and resources it can come through the downturn, finds the Parkinson report

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£400 million deal agreed to provide affordable housing

A deal worth more than £400 million to help first time buyers aspiring to buy their own home was approved today by Housing Minister Margaret Beckett, as part of the Government's programme of action to tackle current difficulties in the economy.

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More funding for housing choice

More tenants will be able to have a greater say over their housing options and where they wish to live following a £1 million allocation announced today by Housing Minister Iain Wright.

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Real help now to support homeowners through difficult times

A cross-government package of new measures and reforms to provide real help to families at risk of repossession was today announced by the Chancellor Alistair Darling in the Pre-Budget Report.

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Over £100m to help councils unlock their housing market

Councils will get over a hundred million pounds tomorrow to help maintain the building of the family and first-time buyer homes still desperately needed, announced Housing more...

Tenant Services Authority Change-Makers Announced

Tenant Services Authority (TSA) CEO Peter Marsh this week announced the new TSA leadership team who will be tasked with changing the landscape of affordable housing in Engl more...

Developer announced for Locking Parklands

St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, has been selected as the preferred developer for the former RAF Locking site, now known as Locking Parklands.

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£13 million to buy unsold homes for affordable housing

A £13 million deal to buy unsold homes off the market to use as affordable housing is being announced today, as part of the Government's programme of action to tackle curr more...

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Editor's Feature
John Alker
Head of Advocacy,
UK Green Building Council

Time and again studies show that one of the key barriers to the uptake of home energy efficiency and low carb...


Poor housing costs the country billions of pounds,...
the relationship between poor housing and poor health outcomes are well documented. It is important ...
Green by name, green by nature
Paul You say "For example we are delivering new technologies that allow more effective virtual and ...
CRC10 Programme
Once again, a great conference with some excellent speakers and a very well coreographed event.
The 80/80 challenge
Whilst I agree with the point made, with so many conflicting messages (e.g. AAA rated dishwashers us...
The 80/80 challenge
Why are we getting so hung up on insulation when we encourage the use of unnecessary items such as t...