News 2018-05-18T13:43:06+00:00

Planning application submitted for Oxford North

July 31st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorised|Tags: , , , |

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 second residential phase of Watford Riverwell get the go-ahead

July 27th, 2018|Categories: Housing, Public Private Partnership, Regeneration|Tags: , |

The second housing phase of Watford Riverwell, known as Waterside, was approved on Wednesday 25th July by the Watford Borough Council Development Management Committee. The Waterside scheme will deliver 408 new [...]

Margate Estates invite public to view plans for Dreamland

July 4th, 2018|Categories: Commercial, Hotel, Leisure, Regeneration|Tags: , , |

Margate Estates, the parent company of Dreamland, is holding two community drop in events next week to introduce the senior team at Dreamland and to talk about a long-term vision [...]

Plans reveal a major new urban district for Oxford

June 26th, 2018|Categories: Commercial, Housing, Public Private Partnership, Retail, Uncategorised|Tags: , |

 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

June 19th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Forty Shillings, Housing, Politics, Regeneration, Uncategorised|Tags: , |

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 [...]

Elevated podium provides platform for Twickenham station transformation

June 18th, 2018|Categories: Construction, Housing, Public Private Partnership, Regeneration, Stations|Tags: , , |

A new concrete podium more than half the size of Twickenham’s rugby pitch has been successfully lifted into position over the platforms at Twickenham station as part of a major [...]

GS8 secure planning for site in Watford

June 13th, 2018|Categories: Commercial, Housing, Regeneration|Tags: , |

Watford Borough Council's Development Control Commiteee has approved GS8's plans to regenerate 147a – 149b St Albans Road, near Watford Junction station. The plans include: 146 high quality and new private [...]

Rise of the YIMBYS: Over 60% of Londoners now back increased development in their neighbourhoods

May 22nd, 2018|Categories: Forty Shillings, Housing, Politics, Regeneration|Tags: , , |

On 19th June 2018, Forty Shillings and Forefront Market Research will release the findings of a comprehensive new poll that shows just how far public attitudes towards housebuilding and development [...]

On a night of few changes, the Tories win the expectations game

May 4th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Forty Shillings, Politics|

As the party leaders digest today's local election results, it is Theresa May who will be happiest with her party's performance, albeit with signs of trouble ahead in some Tory [...]

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