A developer has submitted fresh plans for housing just off a village’s high street in a renewed bid for planning permission.
A golf course on the outer fringes of the M25 has been earmarked for housing – and a rugby stadium – in a bid to solve the area’s housing shortage.
A Grade-II listed building which had an active role in the pursuit of smugglers is set to be converted into new flats and townhouses.
Work on the major redevelopment of a listed building which will include 91 luxury flats overlooking the sea has resumed after a month-long hiatus.
A town centre plot earmarked to become an artists’ haven for a decade – complete with homes and studios - is set to be sold at auction.
A cash-strapped council is to move into a town's tallest building – allowing its current HQ to be potentially turned into social housing.
A village pub, once a popular haunt among smugglers, is on the market.
A boutique, five-star hotel for cats complete with tiny bunk-beds and ‘stunning views’, along with a four-bedroom home, is up for sale for £1.7m.
A pub in the centre of a village could have pulled its final pint if plans to convert it into homes are approved – and opinion is divided.
A council’s 100% affordable housing development will be slashed by 80% over viability concerns as it enlists help from private developers to build it.
A town centre plot which has been earmarked for a multi-storey block of flats is on the market for £1.25 million.
Rows of rundown garages have been transformed into new affordable homes to help ease shortages.
Home-owners in part of Kent are being asked if they would sell their properties to a council for up £200k so it can use them to house homeless people.
A former cricket pitch that once lay in the grounds of an historic manor house has been earmarked for new housing.
The vast majority of responses to plans for up to 70 homes on farmland were against the proposals – but some said “we need new homes”.
A housing association property that’s been empty for two years is suffering from damp and has an overgrown garden that attracts rats, say neighbours.
This Grade II-listed property has an underground wine cellar that guests have to climb through an electric trapdoor to see.
Plans for hundreds of new homes have been met with widespread opposition ahead of a crunch meeting.
A large plot of land in the middle of a town centre with planning permission for almost 200 flats is on the market for £4.5 million.
The site of a once-proud Grade II listed six-bedroom Georgian home destroyed in fire is for sale with a guide price of £50,000.
Proposals to create a multi-use park almost the size of five football pitches have been given the go-ahead.
A community centre that once hosted children’s parties and multiple sports clubs is to go up for auction.
People are being urged to comment after the last-minute addition of an extra 100 homes to a site earmarked for housing near a busy town road.
Part of a block of flats which left neighbours feeling like they have the Titanic parked at the end of their garden will be knocked down.
There’s a chance to bid for a piece of religious history with the auction of a chapel dating from 1865.
A resident is fed up after a year-long battle to stop anti-social teens breaking into his building, littering the communal areas and hurling abuse.
Proposals for a huge development on an abandoned farm have been revived, with a new secondary school now included.
A former church and and its accompanying hall are on the market after they were turned into homes, rather than used for car parking by a developer.
A popular village eatery which shut its doors four months ago has gone on the market.
A housebuilding giant is being forced to tear down an “alien” sales cabin erected without planning permission at a Kent beauty spot.
A decision on contested plans to build 950 homes in a village is now in the hands of a government inspector.
This jaw-dropping Georgian manor covers almost 75 acres of land and dates all the way back to the 14th century.
Twenty seafront homes, which create a “grating whistling” and are set to “gentrify” a town are launching this weekend for £2.1 million
A developer is asking for people's views on plans for housing that also include a children’s nursery, commercial and office space and a cafe.
A row of former council office buildings built about 200 years ago are set for a transformation under new plans.
A scheme to create “genuinely” affordable homes on a former pub site and old garages has received a cash boost.
The first phase of works to create a new junction controlled by traffic lights for a housing estate have begun.
Proposals show how the second phase of a huge new village opposite a busy shopping centre could look ahead of a public consultation.
New homes have been built on the site of a historic dance hall as part of a scheme aiming to bring derelict properties back into use.
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