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Gloucester, Cheltenham & Tewkesbury social sustainability assessments

Light touch social sustainability assessments were carried out around four development sites

South Acton: social impact of regeneration

South Acton is the largest estate in the west London borough of Ealing, with over

Community House Hubs

Community House Hubs can take many forms, and this can be a house or flat made available

Applewood

Applewood is a new housing development, built on the site of the former Cashes Green Hospital in…

Springhill Cohousing

Springhill Cohousing is an example of a ‘co-housing’ project where individuals and families…

Grand Union Village

Grand Union Village is a major development on brownfield, former industrial land in Northolt…

Coopers Edge Trust

Coopers Edge Trust was formed in 2010, soon after the Coopers Edge development…

Churcham

Churcham is a small development of seven new houses on a Rural Exception Site in Churcham…

The Wokingham Strategy

Wokingham Borough Council’s core strategy identified four Strategic Development Locations…

Lyde Green Community Centre

Lyde Green is a new development in South Gloucestershire, built next to the…

Taunton Waterside

A residents group, working with their housing association landlord, has turned an…

Charlton Hayes

Charlton Hayes is an extension to the Bristol satellite town Patchway…

Barking Riverside play spaces

Barking Riverside is a large residential development on brownfield land in the Thames Estuary…

Berry Hill, Christchurch and Edge End Neighbourhood Development Plan

The Berry Hill, Christchurch and Edge End Neighbourhood Development Plan (NPDs) is one of nine…

Stroud Community Involvement Protocol

Stroud District Council developed the Pre-Application Community Involvement Protocol…

Larkfleet Homes Community Fund

The Larkfleet group of companies are a group of house building and development companies…

Otterbourne Village welcome pack

Otterbourne Parish Council in Hampshire have created a Welcome Pack for new residents…

Commonplace, Purley

Commonplace is an online community consultation platform, which aims to “reduce the risks of regeneration, housing…

HistoryPin

HistoryPin has been developed to share historical photos and stories, to build local communities…

Building with Nature

This case study shows how planners and developers can ensure new housing developments…

Placements in planning

A new generation of building design professionals are being placed within local government…

Older Women’s Co-Housing (OWCH)

Completed in 2012, the New Ground Cohousing in Barnet, North London, is a purpose-built block…

The Malings

This case study is an example of a housing scheme that combines traditional community values with modern principles of sustainable living in Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle.

Caterham Barracks Village

Caterham Barracks Village was developed by Linden Homes South-East on 16 hectares of former Ministry of Defence army barracks in 1998.

Stanmore Place

Since development began in 2010 in east Harrow, Berkley Homes has built 768 units. A well-established Resident’s Association now exists…

Cambourne

Cambourne is a new community west of Cambridge, one of the largest new housing settlements in the area.

Watermead Parish Council

Watermead is one of the newer parishes in Buckinghamshire, with plans first drawn up in the 1980s. Built as a new village, it is situated…

Wellesley, Aldershot

The new Wellesley development on the…

Carrowbreck Meadow Passivhaus

Carrowbreck Meadow Passivhaus is a small environmentally sustainable scheme with 14 units within woodland…

Abode Housing

Abode at Great Kneighton is a flagship development for Cambridge City Council located in a suburb…

Field enterprise incubator

FIELD was a temporary co-working incubator space for local entrepreneurs located…

Heartlands Custom Build

In Heartlands, house buyers can choose from six different house designs that have been created…

Bolsover Regeneration

Bolsover District has been changing rapidly. The proximity to the M1 corridor focused major investment, and further growth is predicted with the population set to increase from 8,000 to 84,000 by 2030. However, it has also suffered from a decline in industries such as textiles and coal mining.