It promises 100,000 affordable homes under the KiwiBuild programme. given the higher than expected population growth since the project’s parameters were agreed on? If not, how much more spending.

An ongoing project to rejuvenate Glasgow’s waterfront could soon see hundreds of build-to-rent properties constructed on the banks of the Clyde. A detailed planning application has now been.

Rate cut to end house price slide "We do not expect these solid (retail) results to impact the Fed’s decision to cut rates at the end of the month," said Michelle Girard, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets.

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Slowing house price growth is sign of a cooling economy, warns Nationwide Tuesday’s data showed house price growth slowing on a monthly and three-month basis, but analysts said it was too early to say whether the market was at a turning point. “We have definitely seen a bit.

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Waterfront Edinburgh is the name given to 346 acres of derelict industrial land on the shore of the Firth of Forth from Granton Harbour to the west, taking in a large area of old gas works.. and the site made more level in the early months of 2003.. This project, which is being proposed by.

ONE hundred new homes are set to be built in Granton in the latest phase of the sprawling waterfront development project. Plans have been submitted for a mix of three- to four-storey townhouses.

More than 1000 low cost rental homes could be built on derelict ground at Edinburgh’s Western Harbour if developer Forth Ports secures a 76 million loan from the Scottish Government, according to the Edinburgh Evening News. An initiative launched in April last year invited housebuilders to bid for a government loan to build homes for the thousands of people in the city who are unable to.

In 1974, the Times described a typical westway protest: “More than 30 speakers, representing more than a score of West Side community groups and backed by an overflow crowd of several hundred. his.

A pair of deals agreed by two of the key developers of Edinburgh’s waterfront and a local housing association will deliver more than 120 affordable homes to the area. Forth Property Developments Limited, the property division of Forth Ports PLC, has completed a significant deal with Port of Leith.