Category Archives: Residential

Planning Consultancy continue to feel squeeze in the residential sector

With continual international economic uncertainty, the UK domestic residential sector looks to continue to have a tumultuous time.  The Department for Communities and Local Government figures has recently released figures, showing that house building starts stood at 23,400 in the … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment

Planning Policy Update

Details of revisions to local planning policies continue to emerge, with the latest movement towards Ministers plans to publish a prospectus shortly, inviting councils and communities to identify opportunities for “locally planned large scale development, which will take advantage of … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment

Planning Reforms Update

The recently produced document, ‘Laying the foundation: A housing strategy forEngland’ sets out the latest government views on the future of residential planning and development. Interestingly the government identify that they cannot set targets from Whitehall, and seek to revoke … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment

Investment in Land – Planning Consultants Required!

A recent article released by financial and insolvency services highlights the need for investors to be vigilant when promised land which benefits from planning consent, only to realise they have been sold a plot of worthless land with no chance … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment

Planning for new homes failed, according to RIBA

The last week has seen considerable debate on the size of new built properties in the UK. RIBA itself has coined the phrase, ‘shoebox living’, which has been widely publicised in the media. Further research was undertaken on other countries … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment

Planning Consultancies continue to feel squeeze in the residential sector

With continual international economic uncertainty, the UKdomestic residential sector looks to continue to have a tumultuous time.  The Department for Communities and Local Government figures has recently released figures, showing that house building starts stood at 23,400 in the June … Continue reading

Posted in Residential | Leave a comment