Chelgate Local is hosting a Breakfast Briefing on the impact of air rights and upward development in solving London’s housing issues Hear the latest views from the sector on whether air rights and upward development can be the answer to London’s housing crisis. Chelgate Local and DLP Planning are hosting a breakfast briefing seminar on whether air rights and upward development will help solve London’s housing crisis. Greater densities is a more efficient use of the land available and is being pushed by the Mayor, but is this practical and is it the answer? Hear the views […]Read More..
Breakfast Briefing on the impact of air rights and upward development in solving London’s housing issuesMarch 8th, 2019 by Kasia Banas
Breakfast Seminar – Unlocking infrastructure-led developmentFebruary 14th, 2019 by Kasia Banas
Unlocking infrastructure-led development in the London-Cambridge corridor Lichfields and Chelgate Local will be hosting a breakfast seminar exploring how best to unlock infrastructure-led development in the London-Cambridge corridor and surrounding areas. David Waterhouse, Head of Infrastructure at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government- will be joined by: Lucy Shomali, Director of Regeneration and Growth, LB Waltham Forest Ciaran Gunne-Jones, Senior Director and Head of Economics Lichfields Michael Hardware . Director of Planning and Property, Chelgate Local They will focus on the potential to drive infrastructure-led growth in this region to support new housing and jobs, including Crossrail 2 […]Read More..
Social Housing Green Paper introduces League Tables and “springboard” to ownershipAugust 15th, 2018 by Kasia Banas
By Kasia Banas, Consultant Following months of delays and anticipation, a ‘new deal’ for social housing residents has been launched by the Secretary of State for Communities, James Brokenshire. But despite a raft of new Ministers working on the plan and promises from former Communities Secretary Sajid Javid that the paper would deliver “more of the right homes built in the right places”, the announcements in today’s paper have fallen somewhat flat with housing associations. Launching the paper yesterday, James Brokenshire said that “Providing high quality and well managed social housing is a core priority for this government”, and […]Read More..