Joey Gardiner is contributing editor at Housing Today and Building magazine.
Formerly deputy editor at Building magazine, Joey has worked as a journalist in the sector for nearly two decades.
He currently has a special focus on the Housing Today publication, helping it deliver razor sharp news, analysis and insight.
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Claim based on desk-based survey of 2,856 buildings, with a quarter of bill to remediate social housing sector homes
A legal requirement that new homes do not pollute wetlands, rivers and nature reserves has halted developments across large parts of England
We have come a very long way indeed from the planning white paper set out by Robert Jenrick in August 2020, writes Joey Gardiner
Details of proposed Infrastructure Levy emerge as government publishes Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill
Reforms included as part of levelling up agenda but no space in Queen’s Speech for stand-alone Planning Bill
It was meant to be a planning revolution that generations of politicians had ducked. Then (almost) everything changed
Firm confirms ‘developer pledge’ will see housebuilders repair blocks going back 30 years
Housebuilder first to confirm it will ink agreement and estimates cost will be up to £120m
Negotiators are finalising text of pledge to remediate unsafe housing blocks but issue of funding for “orphan” buildings remains unresolved
Drastically revised 500-home Ballymore and Hammerson project given green light
Chancellor’s energy efficiency VAT cut welcomed but more investment needed to improve homes, argue sector bodies
Michael Gove’s announcement that housebuilders will foot the £4bn cladding repair bill sparked a share price nosedive. Is the City overreacting?
Pete Redfern claims Grenfell Inquiry proceedings reveal role of government as negotiations with housebuilders over £4bn cladding bill continue
Dean Finch says new charge most likely outcome of negotiations with government over cladding costs