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Major Mixed-Use Project Recommended For Approval

Harworth Group and BeePart Ltd’s proposed mixed-use development in the East Midlands has been recommended for approval – with South Derbyshire District Council set to meet on Tuesday to discuss the plans. The firms are proposing to develop a former coal and clay works in Derbyshire and the plan includes:

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£2.7bn Transport Plan Announced to Transform East Midlands Connectivity

Plan unveils new bus, rail and tram connections to the HS2 East Midlands Hub for over 20 villages, towns and cities, including Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Newark, Matlock, Mansfield and Long Eaton Infrastructure investment central to region’s economic renewal post COVID-19 and support Government’s ‘levelling-up’ agenda Investment will accelerate benefits of HS2 across region and support […]

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Platform Housing Group Announce Newest Development

Platform Housing Group have announced plans to demolish a former pub and develop new homes on the site. The firm, who’re investing over £250m over the coming years into delivering new homes, have highlighted the site in Upton Snodsbury – Worcestershire – for 14 new affordable homes including four flats, six two-bedroom homes and three […]

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£2bn Investment in Nottingham Driven by Rental Boom

“We recognise that Nottingham is hot right now” – that was the message from Chris Henning, Corporate Director of Development at Nottingham City Council speaking at our East Midlands Development Plans Event.    Henning touted the booming property market of the city, outlining key headline projects including the renovation of Nottingham Castle and the £250m […]

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Achieving The Sustainable and Viable Re-use of Historic Mills

Ahead of the Mills Development Conference – supported by Historic England and Homes England we hear from Rebecca Burrows and Dr Alex Holton of industry experts Purcell… Great emphasis and optimism has, rightly, been placed on the ‘historic mill’ as a cultural asset that has potential to offer solutions to residential housing or commercial office […]

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