New residential development to replace dog track

A new property scheme based in the Kent village of Staplehurst seeks to build homes on a site currently containing a dog racing track and kennels. The site located on Pile Lane would feature 51 new properties – if the recently submitted plans are accepted by (more…)

Planning sought for hundreds of homes in West Bromwich

Hundreds of brand-new homes could potentially be built, if a new development designed to make use of derelict land in West Bromwich, West Midlands, is given the green light by (more…)

Former police site to be converted into homes

A location in Harrogate that was once used for police training will now be turned into a new (more…)

Green homes planned for former club building site

Social housing specialist Stonewater aims to construct four new eco-homes on the former site of a working men’s club in Chard, Somerset. (more…)

Former Macclesfield pub to be converted into flats

The building that once housed a pub in Macclesfield will now be transformed to feature nine individual bedsits and one three-bedroom apartment. Previously known as the Barnfield, the former pub based at 24 Catherine Street was purchased back in 2014 by (more…)

Eco friendly Bristol apartment block gets green light

Submitted plans for an apartment block with three storeys and multiple eco conscious features have now been awarded approval from (more…)

How to split your house into zones

Splitting a home into zones makes the most of the space and accommodates the various activities that take place in your home, especially for large households. In the following sections, we’ll give you some ideas for how to (more…)

Oxford office with ski slope roofing receives approval

An Oxford office building with a wavy roof resembling a ski slope has been given the green light by council planners. The submission for the new structure was originally rejected by local council members, who felt planning rights should be refused on (more…)

How to add a home office to your property

During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have turned to homeworking. When lockdown restrictions are lifted, not everyone will return to the office full time – many will spend at least part of their working week at home. If you work from home either full time or for part of the (more…)

Plans unveiled for major Birmingham housing development

Newly revealed plans describe an initiative to revive a site that was formerly used by (more…)

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