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February 24, 2018 9:50 AM Work starts on 325 new homes in Burgess Hill

GLENBEIGH Developments Ltd has started work to build up to 325 new homes as part of the wider Burgess Hill Regeneration Programme. The Fairbridge Way site, which is part of Burgess Hill’s Northern Arc area, was purchased from Southern Water by Glenbeigh Developments Ltd to provide up to 325 of Burgess Hill’s proposed 5,000 new homes. The development 24

February 22, 2018 12:00 PM Push to build 7,500 homes in Rochford 'not possible' as two projects receive cash boost

THE number of sites earmarked for housing in Rochford has been called into question in the wake of a Government grant to deliver two development projects. Rochford District Council’s local plan, which lays out plans for future housing, is currently out for public consultation. But John Mason, leader of the opposition Green and Rochford District Residents 39

February 20, 2018 11:17 AM Disabled People 'Forced To Spend £570 Extra A Month', Scope Research Shows

'Life costs more if you are disabled'. Disabled people suffer a “disability price tag” the forces them to spend an average of £570 extra monthly, a charity has warned. Scope found that disabled people have “much less” to live on and are having to fork out the extra money on wheelchairs, specially adapted equipment and electricity to power it. Scope said disabled 24

February 17, 2018 6:01 AM New housing project gets £90,000 cash boost from Government

A HOUSING project in Little Hulton will benefit from a £8.9 million Government cash injection to kickstart building. The Little Hulton Residential Development, in Longshaw Drive, is one of the 18 projects in the North that will receive funding to support building up to 2,241 new homes on council-owned land. Salford Council will receive £90,000 of the Land Release 31

February 15, 2018 5:00 PM George Hurd Centre, Basildon, officially launches hot meals

Members at a centre in Basildon rejoiced after hot meals had officially launched at their request. Basildon Council’s housing and community committee agreed in December last year to extend the catering service at the George Hurd Centre in Audley Way beyond a tea bar, after a survey was carried out with members to gauge demand for hot food at lunchtime 23

February 8, 2018 4:31 PM Local Plan branded 'out of date' by Taylor Wimpey

FRUSTRATIONS over planning rules erupted at Tuesday’s parish council meeting. Councillors hit out at developers, claiming that delays over the New Eastern Villages (NEV) development meant that land not allocated for housing in Swindon’s local plan was being built on. Borough planning officers have failed to meet government targets for housing numbers 37

February 7, 2018 8:01 AM Health campus moves a step closer

WORK to create the Burnholme health and wellbeing campus has taken another step forward after City of York Council reached an agreement with a provider to deliver services. United Response have been appointed to run the activity base which will support adults who have a learning disability with support and advice in a safe environment. It will also offer 42

February 4, 2018 1:44 AM SA govt launched plan for solar network

A network of at least 50,000 home solar systems backed up by battery storage across Adelaide will create the world's largest "virtual" power plant to cut energy bills, Premier Jay Weatherill says. Mr Weatherill says a trial is already underway to install solar panels and Tesla batteries on 1100 Housing Trust homes with the cost to be financed by the sale of electricity 43

February 3, 2018 1:47 PM Soho House finds new home with $2bn New York float

The network of private members' clubs has hired Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan to oversee a US listing, Sky News learns. Sky News can reveal that UK-based Soho House, which opened its original venue in central London in 1995, is drawing up plans for the listing, with an announcement expected around the middle of this year. The Wall Street investment banks 154

February 2, 2018 6:17 PM UN says Libya's Tawergha families barred from returning home

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya has voiced its disapproval over Tawergha families driven from their town in 2011 being barred from returning home. UNSMIL's Friday statement says homeward bound displaced Tawergha residents - living in camps and makeshift housing across Libya - faced threats and extortion on Thursday 19