Budget 2020: What it means for UK housing

On Wednesday 11th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered his Budget 2020 to the House of Commons, which included a number of important takeaways for the housing industry. In this blog we take a look at some of the key changes announced in closer detail....
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New affordable homes scheme for Surrey Street, Croydon

We were pleased to see four years of hard work come to fruition with the completion of our site at 5-9 Surrey Street in Croydon on Friday 14th February. The site is set to be home to 60 new residential units, a new public realm space and 6000 sq. ft of flexible commercia...
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The rise of smart technology in urban developments

One of the biggest issues currently facing the housing sector is how to keep up with, and best utilise, new technologies.  We previously looked at some of the latest urban technology trends changing the way that people interact with the environments they live and work in. As...
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5 considerations for planning sustainable housing developments

With the climate crisis high on the agenda as we head into 2020, the housing sector needs to consider how to play its part in reducing carbon emissions. While individuals can make efforts in their day-to-day activities, the spaces that we live, work and socialise in can play a...
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Regent 2019 Newsletter

Click here to download the pdf version of this newsletter. Keep up to date with all our latest news and views on social media: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.
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Regent charity round-up 2019

At Regent, we are passionate about giving back, and we also love our local area, which is why we try to support as many local events and organisations throughout the year as we can! We take a look back at some of the highlights of our charity activity in 2019. London Mozart...
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Housing outlook for 2020

2019 was a turbulent year for the housing market, often filled with uncertainty due to the looming potential impact of Brexit and increasing regulations in areas such as sustainability and safety. As the year draws to a close, we take a look ahead to what the housing outlook...
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Planning application for Whytecliffe Road North approved!

Following another successful evening at Croydon Council, we are pleased to announce that planning approval for a 39 new build scheme at Whytecliffe Road North, Purley was granted in a unanimous decision by Croydon Planning Committee. Well done to the design team, Formation...
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Completion at The Pleasure Boat Public House, Alperton

Regent Land are pleased to announce that completion has taken place at The Pleasure Boat Public House in Alperton, Wembley. The site forms part of a planning approval of 474 new homes with delivery by Redrow Homes and Peabody. The site will now accommodate a 23-storey tower, with...
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Keys to a successful urban regeneration project

We’ve previously explored the numerous benefits of re-generating neglected urban areas as mixed-used developments for living and working, but there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration in order to make these projects a success. While it’s true that every...
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