Mayor Pat Allen, alongside members of the local community attended an event on 14 October to mark the official opening of the HCA funded Ing Royde development by Abbeyfield patron, the Rt Hon Baroness Brenda Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde.
- 20 October 2014
- Partner news
Building work is going well on 48 new affordable homes near Honda on the outer edge of Swindon.
Provided by Jephson Homes Housing Association, which has a local office in Swindon, the £6.2 million development in Highworth Road is...
Today, Jim Brizzolara, president of international hydraulic manufacturing company, HydraForce, joined Birmingham City Councillor Tahir Ali, HydraForce managing director Peter Macdonald and Stuart Buckley of the Homes and Communities Agency at an...
Derby’s £100 million Castleward development is celebrating its latest success after being awarded a prestigious industry accolade.
The Castleward team, Compendium Living, Derby City Council and HCA, pick up their award
A development of affordable apartments named after Fiona Bone, the Tameside policewoman killed in the line of duty, has been officially opened by her family exactly two years after her funeral took place. Fiona Gardens in Sale, Greater...
A landmark Ancoats building project which had stalled on a number of occasions has finally been completed, after it was provided with £6 million of funding by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) via a loan from the Get Britain...
Forest of Dean businesses have spoken out in favour of proposals for Cinderford Northern Quarter’s £100m regeneration.
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has submitted a planning application to Forest of Dean District Council...
- 30 September 2014
- HCA news
Kier Partnership Homes (KPH) has marked the official launch of Manor Kingsway – its flagship development in Derby – with a celebration and unveiling ceremony. The event heralded the partnership between Derby City Council, the Homes...
- 26 September 2014
- partner news
New homes for people with learning and physical disabilities have officially opened in Berkshire, thanks to investment from Wokingham Borough Council and the Homes and Communities Agency.
- 25 September 2014
- HCA news
Proposals to bring hundreds of new homes, jobs and better road links to a former Ministry of Defence barracks in Whitehill and Bordon, Hampshire, have taken a big step forward after being backed by councillors.