In-House Asset Management Surveyor

Kingsley is currently recruiting for a highly prestigious, property organisation which operates in a specialist area, throughout the UK. Our client is looking for a high caliber MRICS qualified Asset Management Surveyor to join their Real Estate team, with a...

Chris Wong Gillespies

Gillespies hires from Studio Egret West

Landscape architecture and urban design practice Gillespies has expanded its team with the appointment of Chris Wong as a principal urban designer.

Bolesworth Rural Housing

COMMENT | How to fix the broken rural housing market

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The last 20 years have seen a growing crisis in rural housing, writes Matthew Morris. The headlines regarding lack of supply and issues with affordability speak for themselves. Now communities face further challenges regarding the type and location of housing that is being built.

Chelford Dwh

Chelford auction site to make way for resi

The Cheshire village’s former cattle market is to provide a boost to the local authority's housing supply, with plans by David Wilson Homes recommended for approval and an adjacent site to be sold for further housing.

Cheshire development update

BOOK NOW | Cheshire Update

Angie Robinson, recently appointed chair of Marketing Cheshire, and Ewen Miller, managing director of Calderpeel, have joined the line-up of speakers at the Cheshire Update on Thursday 19 April, taking part alongside the Cheshire councils, Warrington & Co, University of Chester and many more.

Redrow Jones Macclesfield Chelford Road Homes

Decision on 350 homes in Macclesfield delayed over traffic issues

Charlie Schouten

Two proposals for nearly 350 homes either side of Chelford Road, just outside Macclesfield, have been withdrawn from Cheshire East’s strategic planning board agenda after issues were discovered with how both would impact the local road network.

Robinsons Chelford Road Housing

Approval nears for brewery’s Macclesfield housing scheme

Robinsons Brewery’s outline application to build 135 homes opposite The Cock Inn in Henbury, near Macclesfield, will go before Cheshire East’s strategic planning board next week with a recommendation to approve, despite objections from local residents and councils.