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29
Jan

Double Win for Arcadis!

A successful start to the New Year, as the Arcadis planning team secure planning consent for two major residential schemes […]

25
Jan

New Year and a New Consent Granted for 100% Affordable Housing

  A proposal to redevelop a long vacant and neglected public house for affordable housing has been granted consent by […]

12
Feb

Conservatoire Success at Planning Committee

The Practice has gained consent for an exciting new city centre building to house the Birmingham Conservatoire. Birmingham City Council […]

14
Jan

Brooke Smith Planning secures consent for new housing scheme

The Practice has secured consent for 28 new homes in the North West. The houses are proposed on the site of a former […]

27
Mar

Boost for Southam as Extra Care Scheme Gains Consent

Southam, Warwickshire, will gain a new larger library, new community facilities and 75 extra care homes as part of a […]

7
Jan

Residential Permission Granted for Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

Outline planning permission has been granted by Birmingham City Council for the construction of six semi detached dwellings on the […]

25
Jul

New Flats on the Site of a Former Pub in Brownhills

Thomas Vale Construction in conjunction with Trident Housing Association will demolish the partly-derelict former Warreners Arms pub and build the […]

31
May

Crocodile Works wins Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Award

A housing and regeneration scheme in Newtown, Birmingham has been recognised with a prestigious Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) […]

19
Apr

New Lease of Life for Care Home at the Heart of the Community

Planning permission has been secured for the redevelopment of a care home in Addlestone, Surrey. Councillors have now approved the St Augustine’s […]

6
Jan

Hartington Cheese Factory – Peak District National Park

It is unusual for residential development to be promoted in a National park but when the site in question comprises […]