New Line Networks has secured planning permission for a 35m Communications Tower at Chartham near Canterbury. Forty Shillings supported New Line Networks in managing the engagement with local community audiences.
How will the next six months change the planning environment for the development industry? Has our politics ever been as polarised as it is today? The next general election, when [...]
Work begins to regenerate the former Nestle factory into a place for homes and jobs Deputy Mayor for London visits site to see the opportunity and challenges Over 1300 homes [...]
A planning application to transform an area in north Oxford into a sustainable business community creating jobs, homes, shops, nursery, hotel, open spaces including three new parks and £100 million [...]
Plans for a new urban district for Oxford have been unveiled by Thomas White Oxford, on behalf of St John’s College, Oxford. Oxford North, previously known as Northern Gateway, [...]
Rise of the ‘Yes-buts’: Majority of Londoners support new housebuilding but remain to be convinced on greenbelt and high-rise
Over 60% support new development in their neighbourhood, across the social and political spectrum Over 50% of the public do not accept that building on the Green Belt, or building [...]
Ministers call on industry to embrace the latest innovations to make sure we are building the good quality homes that our country needs. As part of the government’s focus on [...]