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Wednesday, June 21, 2006
In brief: South East housing rows, Clyde URC launched, Barrat sign 'historic' deal
The South East Regional Assembly, not to mention the CPRE and all the rest, are up in arms over a report on behalf of the Government Office for the South East that explored growth scenarios of 33,000-46,000 new homes per year in the area. That's as opposed to the Assembly's recommended 28,900 homes. And the Assembly promptly dismissed the Roger Tym and Partners report as "pure fantasy".

A new URC has been launched for the £248m Clyde Gateway project, redeveloping 800ha of land and expected to attract £1.4 billion of private sector investment and create more than 10,000 homes, 400,000m2 of employment space and 21,000 jobs.

Barratt homes has become the first private sector housebuilder to secure funding from the Housing Corporation to build subsidised affordable homes in England, under their new programme.

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