North Somerset Council Reveal Fresh Vision For Weston

North Somerset Council has revealed further plans to transform Weston – with a focus on creating a more healthier, greener and more prosperous place to live. The Council – who’ll be speaking at our upcoming Seaside Towns Regeneration Conference – saw the 10-year vision backed by local council leaders, having consulted more than 5,000 local […]

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Ainscough Strategic Land Gets Approval For 2,500-Home Community

Ainscough Strategic Land – a group that specialised in the acquisition, planning and promotion of land throughout the UK for sustainable development – has received the go-ahead for a new 2,500-home community in Swindon. Their ‘New Eastern Villages’ development is the largest single elements so far in the expansion of Swindon and which could see […]

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First Base Submits Application For £175m Scheme

Developer First Base has submitted plans to Bristol City Council for a new £175m project – their first entry into the regional marketplace. Known for their expertise within mixed-use schemes the firm – who’re speaking on our Bristol Developments Webinar – are planning to develop:

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Hill Group Targets Major Growth in South West

Major housing developer Hill Group has set its sights on a large growth strategy for the South West. The firm – most known for their work across the East and South East of England – are now expanding with a new Bristol office set to open and several recently announced schemes in the area. And […]

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Legal & General BTR Schemes – A Stand-Out Element By f.r.a

Legal & General are one of the leading firms in the ever growing BTR sector – and one of the stand-out elements of their projects is the exceptional branding and wayfinding. Behind the design and implementation is leading wayfinding, signage design and place branding firm f.r.a and we take a look at some of their […]

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Next phase of Gloucester’s £85m Kings Quarter tipped for Approval

Plans for the next stage of Gloucester’s £85m Kings Quarter transformation look set to move forward. Set to be considered by Gloucester City Council’s planning committee next week, the proposal has secured a recommendation for outline and listed building consent. The proposals include a new car park, homes, a hotel and 40,000 sq ft of […]

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