Oct 18, 2018 Last Updated 10:41 AM, Oct 15, 2018

Ecobuild in preview

Ecobuild returns in March with an overarching theme of regeneration, which will be brought to life through an immersive exhibition and conference programme that will redefine sustainability, identify future growth sectors and tackle the housing crisis.
Will the Housing and Planning Act really achieve its stated aim of increasing the amount of house-building in England? In the short term, the answer is probably not. Chris Coxon, Head of Marketing at Eurocell, elaborates.
Rydon Construction is working, as developer and contractor, to regenerate the Green Man Lane estate in the London Borough of Ealing. The project is being delivered in a 50:50 joint venture partnership with A2Dominion.
Oldham Council’s investment in leisure to help make its communities a better place to live is proving an inspiration for other local council-owned facilities in need of refurbishment.
Work is underway on a new state-of-the-art 90,000m² hospital in the centre of Liverpool. The new £335m scheme will regenerate a key area of the city that was previously unoccupied and will create jobs both during construction and after completion.
For a number of decades Scotswood, an area to the west of Newcastle upon Tyne, has suffered serious decline and deprivation following the departure of the heavy industry that was once the mainstay for the communities living in and around the area.

Regenerating Vineburgh

  • Oct 18, 2018
  • Published in Housing
The Scottish Government has boosted housing supply budgets by investing £1.7b in affordable housing since 2009. Through its partners in councils and housing associations, it has now delivered more than 21,000 new affordable homes.

Aiming high

Vaughan Anderson, Director at LDA Design explains why local authorities need to set their aspirations higher when regenerating and developing their boroughs to ensure that they don't miss out on the best possible outcome. Having a clear and strong vision is the key – one…
The new Chatham Waterfront bus station forms part of the £6 billion Medway Regeneration plan. Its highly distinctive VMZINC standing seam canopies and flat lock fascias in pre-weathered QUARTZ-ZINC® were specified by infrastructure specialist D5 Architects. Zinc’s malleability made it the logical choice of metal…
Working with Bullock Construction, KBI UK have helped to regenerate 51 properties owned by Gedling Homes in Newstead Village, Nottinghamshire. KBI Flexi™-Pave was installed in both front and rear gardens, helping to revitalise the look of the neighbourhood and transform the quality of the properties.
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