Homes England

Homes England announces £83m to deliver 3,000 homes in Nottinghamshire

15/03/2021

An £83m package of funding has been agreed to accelerate the delivery of 3,000 homes at Fairham, a 606-acre mixed use development on the edge of Nottingham.

Homes England acquires Harrogate sites to build over 800 houses

23/02/2021

Homes England has acquired two development sites in Harrogate in a move that the national housing agency hopes will unlock land for over 800 new family homes.

Homes England invites councils to become strategic partners

22/02/2021

Local authorities have been invited to become strategic partners with Homes England to increase the delivery of affordable housing.

Homes England agrees deals worth £300m

04/06/2020

Homes England has agreed three funding packages worth £300m to deliver 20,000 homes across the capital.

Homes England to invest £61m for 6,500 new homes in Cambridgeshire

29/05/2020

Homes England has agreed to invest £61m with developer Urban&Civic to deliver 6,500 new homes at Waterbeach in Cambridgeshire.

No starter homes have been built yet, investigation finds

05/11/2019

None of the Government’s planned ‘starter homes’ have yet been built as legislation has not been implemented, a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has found.

New Homes England board member appointed

20/12/2018

Communities secretary James Brokenshire yesterday appointed a new member to the Homes England board.

Homes England to launch £150m procurement framework

21/05/2018

Homes England will launch the procurement of a new framework this month which will provide councils with access to a broader range of services to help the delivery of new homes.

Government launches new housing agency

11/01/2018

A new national housing agency has been launched today by housing secretary Sajid Javid in a bid to boost housebuilding.

Time for a council tax precept to fund CCTV image

Time for a council tax precept to fund CCTV

The crisis in funding for CCTV systems is not being addressed by the government or the police and is leading to the curtailment of this vital service in local authorities across the country. How can we ensure that communities that want this service continue to receive it, asks Tom Reeve.
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