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Author: Alan Bunce

Appeal allows 450 homes to go ahead

A development of up to 450 homes in Witney has been allowed on appeal. The plans by the Mawle...

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Council looks to reduce proposed numbers of new homes

Councillors at Three Rivers have backed a draft Local Plan that promotes reduced housebuilding....

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Benedictine monastery in Hampshire goes up for sale

An Anglican Benedictine monastery in Hampshire has gone up for sale with Carter Jonas. The 26,954...

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Developer told ‘you’re not listening’ as 487 flats are refused

Plans to replace one of Milton Keynes’ most iconic structures with 487 Build-to-Rent flats have...

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Two Green Belt applications refused in Thurrock

Councillors have refused two planning applications for a total of up to 1,750 homes in Thurrock...

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Council blasts ‘misguided’ solar farm decision

Cambridgeshire’s lead councillor on the environment has spoken out about Ed Miliband’s decision to...

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Report shows increase in farmland going on the market

More than 14,000 acres of farmland were put up for sale in the East of England during the first...

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Mixed-use farm site for sale with Savills

A mixed-use farm property with views of Windsor Castle is up for sale with Savills, offering a...

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MK leading the way in housing delivery

Momentum for the continued growth of Milton Keynes looks set to continue as its city council...

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Nucleome Therapeutics takes 20,000 sq ft at new Inventa scheme

Biotechnology company Nucleome Therapeutics has signed a deal for 20,000 sq ft at Mission Street...

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Key scheme submitted at Watford Gateway

McLaren Living submit has submitted plans for a new mixed-use urban quarter in Watford. The scheme...

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Green light for next phase of Accelerator Park

Canmoor and Tristan Capital Partners have jointly secured planning permission for the second phase...

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Mission Street celebrates topping out at The Press in Cambridge

Mission Street and investment manager BGO have topped out phase two of The Press, in Foxton,...

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A new Labour Government: what next for residential development in the Oxford Cambridge Arc?

David Bainbridge, director in the Savills central planning team and Andy Moffat, director and head...

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Romans New Homes to sell Deanfield Rise properties

Romans New Homes has been appointed to sell properties at Deanfield Rise in Binfield near...

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More student accommodation approved for Oxford city centre

Carter Jonas has secured planning consent on behalf of St John’s College, Oxford to replace and...

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From first generation to hyperscale: the evolution of data centres

UK Property Forums partner Vail Williams, explores the whirlwind evolution of data centres from...

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Practical completion reached at flagship sustainable building

RO Group has celebrated practical completion at its flagship sustainable development in Milton...

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Refusal recommended for up to 1,000 homes

Drawn out plans for a scheme of up to 1,000 homes in the Green Belt look set to be dealt a blow...

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Approval recommended for 344 homes at Brentwood

Plans for 344 homes and a primary school at Brentwood go before councillors on Tuesday (July 9)...

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Tech recycling firm takes first lab space at Wootton Science Park

DeepTech Recycling has taken the first suite in Origin, a new laboratory building at Hartwell’s...

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Milton Park marks the end of its wartime beginnings

Milton Park held a ceremony to say goodbye to its remaining wartime buildings. The last two...

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576-flat Build-to-Rent scheme submitted for Napier Road, Reading

Plans have been submitted for a Build-to-Rent development of 576 flats in Reading. The application...

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Show home at Abbot’s Place goes on the market

The show house at Dandara’s Abbots Place development in Wavendon, Buckinghamshire is now available...

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Stunning development of classical-inspired luxury homes unveiled in Thame

Savills is marketing a striking development of new homes which offer a rare example of curvilinear...

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Land sold to Barratt Homes for 574 properties

Carter Jonas has sold a major privately-owned housing site in King’s Lynn to Barratt Homes. The...

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Savills to project manage arts theatre refurbishment after £16m funding

Cambridge Arts Theatre has appointed Savills’ building, project and consultancy (BPC) team as...

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The Garden Village as the ultimate sustainable community 

Johnny Clayton, head of masterplanning for Carter Jonas, explains how one garden village in Essex...

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Gallery: all the best images from Eastern Echo Awards 2024

Our photographer Aurelien Langlais produced another set of superb images at the Eastern Echo...

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Winners announced for the Eastern Echo Awards 2024

More than 200 professionals gathered to celebrate the best of the East of England’s property...

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Rare self-build homes go on the market

Savills is marketing two rare self-build plots in Buckinghamshire where buyers can choose between...

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Rare batch of new homes released by Blenheim Estate

Blenheim Estate Homes has announced new releases at its Park View development in Woodstock, which...

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Flow follows Ebb in launching to Reading market

More of the luxury flats at Ebb & Flow in Reading have been unveiled. The Flow building of 184...

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Hi-spec, hi-efficiency homes unveiled at Priory Grove

The first release from a rare collection of high-specification, energy-efficient, new homes has...

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Help to decide how Bucks makes planning cutbacks

Property professionals can be part of a business focus group to help decide how Buckinghamshire...

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Aldi’s plans for Winnersh hit by flooding wrangle over climate change rules

Aldi has been dealt a blow in its plans to open a store at Winnersh after councillors voted to...

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450,000 sq ft of labs under way at TOSP

Construction has started on three new state-of-the-art lab and office buildings on The Oxford...

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Council markets Georgian home for £1m

A striking Grade II-listed Georgian house in the heart of Saffron Walden is up for sale.  The...

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Addressing water stress: the key to unlocking growth in Cambridge?

Boyer director Matt Clarke weighs up how Cambridge needs to address its water shortage to allow...

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What next for the high-growth life sciences market in the UK?

Vail Williams partner Guy Parkes sees the fast-growing life sciences sector as a huge opportunity,...

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Flag American footballer tackles new role with Haslams

A local sportsman who plays for Great Britain has become the latest commercial agency surveyor at...

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Error allows 1,000-home scheme to go ahead

A mixed-use development with up to 1,000 flats in Reading can go ahead after an error by Reading...

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800-home scheme approved despite fears over water quality

Councillors have agreed to alter a condition on water quality in plans for up to 800 homes at...

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