The buzz about modular housing is fully justified. As the country attempts to navigate the current housing crisis, it is natural the modular homes revolution becomes an important talking point when considering the UK’s best Modern Methods of Construction.
Plans have been backed to build an innovative style of pre-built or modular housing in Worthing to help increase affordable homes targeted at working families.
The creation of a construction corridor across the north of England to deliver green homes has been boosted by the award of £30m funding.
The first Estuary Envoy has been appointed to drive forward growth in the Thames Estuary region and forge positive relationships between businesses, communities and authorities.
Plans have been submitted for the major redevelopment of a former Tesco site that will bring more than 1,000 new homes to north-east London.
A shortlist for a development partner has been drawn up by The University of Manchester to help in the creation of a £1.5bn world-class innovation district.
Funding of £170m has been successfully secured by Medway Council for major infrastructure developments on the Hoo Peninsula to prepare for thousands of new homes.
Major plans to create 3,000 new homes near Burgess Hill, as well as new schools and community facilities, have been given outline planning permission.
Funding of £10m has been made available as part of a competition to help councils develop proposals for new towns and economic growth opportunities.
Government housing agency Homes England has agreed funding deals with six councils to speed up the construction of more than 2,000 homes across the country.