With its gentle proportions and use of traditional materials, the West Green housing development in north London sits comfortably among Victorian terraces, finds Tomasz Fiszer.
A former car showroom site in Bath is set to be redeveloped with more than 600 rental and student homes.
Joint venture secures consent to develop 235 homes in the second phase of the garden city’s Ashmere village.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick launches National Model Design Code and revised NPPF in drive to put beauty at heart of planning system.
Plan to restore and repurpose listed building complements regeneration work already delivered in Lincoln’s city centre.
Plans for the eastern phase of Woolwich Exchange include more than 800 homes, a five screen cinema and community space.
The first phase of Port Loop, near Birmingham, takes advantage of its canalside location, but sustainable lifestyles could have been more actively encouraged, finds Katie Kershaw.
Housing association and housebuilder set to convert Wolverhampton Royal Hospital to apartments and build new homes alongside.
Development team behind proposed west London exhibition centre redevelopment is to build homes on neighbouring former pub site.
The third phase in the regeneration of Sheffield’s Park Hill respects the estate’s modernist design concept, says Jon Phipps, but it would be good to see the estate put to its original purpose too.