Ongoing efforts to improve safety standards have seen Intelligent FS secure a £3.5m contract to reclad Milliners Wharf in Manchester, while Morgan Sindall could face a £50m repairs bill.
The developer and contractor has had plans for a fully affordable 127-home project in Clayton-le-Moors approved.
The retirement living specialist intends to build 48 apartments and 19 bungalows on land at Yew Tree Farm in a mixed-tenure project.
Developer Citihaus wants to convert former office, retail and library space at the Altrincham town centre site to 68 apartments in a remodelling and extension.
The property group has reported a 2% increase in pre-tax profit in the six months to 30 June, as group revenue climbed 9% to £1.7bn.
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A North West housebuilding consortium has appointed eight modular contractors to build off-site homes for members.
Premier Sagar wants to build 52 city centre apartments, 44 of them in a 14-storey block.
Five retail units and 49 senior living homes are the main elements of amended plans for local facilities in Sandymoor.
Cheyne Capital’s contractor has reached the highest point of construction on the £32m Manchester apartment scheme, where 35% of homes will be reserved for key workers.
After acquiring more than 24 acres of farmland in Lydiate, Bellway is now aiming to be able to market the neighbourhood’s first homes this winter.
The consultancy has established a division to sell premium homes across Chester, Cheshire, North Wales and the Wirral.
Kellen Homes’ application to build 311 homes on the former Rex Mill site has been approved by the council.
The council will not appoint external experts to defend its refusal of Peel L&P’s plans to develop a £240m Ryder Cup golf course, which goes to inquiry in October.
Working with construction partner Domis, the developer has finished Fifty5ive Queen Street, a 220-home development in the Salford district.
The retirement living developer can move forward with its plans for 44 apartments off Church Lane in Neston despite council concerns over highway safety.
The Planning Inspectorate will examine Taylor Wimpey and Homes England’s case against South Ribble Council, which refused two applications to build a large mixed-use development on the Pickerings Farm site in Penwortham.
Formerly known as Aura, the True Student building boasts 999 flats across 15-storeys in the midst of the city’s Knowledge Quarter.
Taylor Wimpey and Vistry were given approval to build almost 700 homes across a pair of projects, while Muller Property Group’s plans for 160 homes were rejected by Cheshire East Council.
The path has been cleared for the council to once again own and manage social housing, following a government decision to allow it to open a housing revenue account.
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