Over the past decade, Birmingham has seen a surge in development and investment, with focus on the regeneration of key city centre sites.This has seen new residential communities formed in the central area alongside retail, business and cultural destinations.
The construction industry is ramping up its use of modular construction.Against the backdrop of the housing crisis, a lack of affordable homes, planning reform and a skills shortage - throw in a global pandemic - and the current landscape needs to be reviewed - and quick!
As we emerge out of lockdown, to say that Birmingham is a hive of development activity is quite the understatement! With HS2, plans for next year’s Commonwealth Games, the expansion of
The Government has announced plans to transform the Oxford-Cambridge Arc into the UK’s fastest growing economic region. With a plan to transform the Arc into a world-class place to live and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJUAl1HQqgg&feature=youtu.be Missed our webinar on West Midlands 2025 last week - or fancy a recap? With great discussions on where we will see future development, the advent of modular homes, and considering
Join Woods Hardwick and ECF for a webinar about the West Midlands, future growth and development plans, and what the region could look like by 2025. 9am - 10.30am on Thursday 21
Bedford’s vision for 2050 – at the centre of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc but needs a push in the right direction!
On Monday, Planning Director, Richard Murdock, attended the Built Environment Networking’s annual Oxford to Cambridge Arc conference. Panel discussions throughout the day considered how best to raise the profile of the
This week we chaired a session at the annual Built Environment Networking’s annual Midlands Development Conference. While this year was a little different being virtual, it was a brilliant event, bringing
In September 2019, Bedford was named as one of 101 towns that was able to bid for up to £25million from Central Government for a Town Deal. To access this
On Tuesday, Planning Director, Russell Gray, attended the latest event focused on the Oxford - Cambridge Arc region, hosted by Westminster Forum Projects. With Woods Hardwick acting for many developer