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4,650 London Mega-basements Approved Over The Last Decade

by Paul Addison on May 23, 2018 No comments

Throughout the last 10 years, the number of mega-basements approved in London reached 4,650, revealed a study by Newcastle University.

These basements include:

  • 1,000 gyms,
  • 380 swimming pools,
  • 460 cinemas,
  • 380 wine cellars,
  • 120 staff rooms.

The depth of these basements combined reached an astonishing 50,000 ft.

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Approval Awarded to Harrogate Football Stadium

by Paul Addison on May 15, 2018 No comments

Planning approval has been awarded by Harrogate Borough Council to CNG Stadium (home of Harrogate Town Football Club) for a two-story clubhouse.

Advised by Indigo Planning, the plans include:

  • seated terraces,
  • office building,
  • classrooms – can be utilized as community facilities,
  • improved floodlighting system.
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293,127 New Homes Granted Permission

by Paul Addison on April 27, 2017 No comments

In 2016, planning permission was granted for 293,127 new homes.

Since 2006 when the HBF Housing Pipeline survey began, this is the highest yearly total, and is also a sign that an upsurge in house building will continue in the future.

Depending on how many houses have been completely developed 3 to 4 years in the future, generally gives you an idea to the number of permissions granted.

A delay would suggest the time taken to direct the planning system from an outline permission to the stage construction can commence.

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Go ahead given to Stansted for development

by Paul Addison on April 20, 2017 No comments

£130 million arrivals building at London Stansted Airport has been granted planning permission by Uttlesford District Council.

To accommodate for the future spike in the number of passengers, architects Pascall & Watson have designed the 34,000 meters squared building.

It is anticipated to consist of three floors, and will be part of the Manchester Airports Group’s (MAG) multi-million-pound program to convert the airport.

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6,000 new home Hampshire development Plans go in

by Paul Addison on March 23, 2017 No comments

An outline planning application for 6,000 (30% affordable) new homes in Hampshire has been submitted by developers.

The scheme is planned to be at Welborne in an area of almost 1,000 acres, which is just north of Fareham and proposed by Buckland Development Limited.

The chairman for Buckland Development Ltd, Mark Thistlethwayte, said:

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Financial plan assigned for transport funding

by Paul Addison on March 20, 2017 No comments

Chris Grayling, the transport secretary, has acknowledged the traffic hotspots, that are to obtain a share of the founding worth £220 million announced in the Budget.

The government have said that the plan for the scheme is to do the following for motorists:

  • reduce congestion,
  • reduce journey times for motorists,
  • improve safety.
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Cinema scheme in Redhill approved

by Paul Addison on February 6, 2017 No comments

A £40 million multiplex cinema, restaurants and shops in Redhill town centre has been approved by Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s planning committee.

Included in the redevelopment scheme will be: 

  • A six-screen cinema,
  • Up to 11 glass-fronted shops,
  • Family-style restaurants on the ground and first floors,
  • 153 studio,
  • One and two bedroom flats for private rent from five to 13 storeys,
  • Basement car parking,
  • Cycle storage,
  • Public realm.
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By 2020, 250000 social rented homes could be lost

by Paul Addison on February 6, 2017 No comments

Per the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), in England between 2012 and 2020, roughly 250,000 of the cheapest rented homes could be lost.

Trailing the publication of figures by the government earlier this month, the calculations have suggested that the total number of homes that are vacant for social rent fell by more than 120,000 between 2012 and 2016.

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