The best information on housing and regeneration is now available online at Building's new Regenerate web channel, www.building.co.uk/regenerate.
Unlocking housing and regeneration
As well as daily breaking news there is expert comment and analysis, project videos and live interactive content. You’ll also find regular favourites such as Toolkits, a new section on the latest masterplans and a regular newsletter keeping you informed of all the latest developments highlights of Building's Regenerate channel include:
Get in the Grove
Watch our special video on Grove Village, Manchester, which has been transformed from a sink estate into a desirable community with a seven-year waiting list. The Radburn layout of the traditional estate has been completely remodelled to provide a secure and pleasant environment for residents.We speak to residents to find out how it turned a grafitti-ridden estate into a village of homework clubs, hanging baskets and green play areas.
Follow the leaders
At Regenerate online you will be able to hear the thoughts and opinions of the most important figures in regeneration. There will be video interviews with the people making the news and regular opinion pieces from those in the know.
The Regenerate channel is the place to visit for industry data. There are monthly stats on newbuild housing starts and completions and the most up-to-date planning application figures. There are also lists of the leading clients and projects in the UK by region from Barbour ABI.
HOUSING, HOUSING, HOUSING
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Have your say – and win an iPod
Give us your opinions in the new Regenerate Forum. Here you can post comments, pictures and videos on the latest schemes, including Candy & Candy’s Chelsea Barracks, and discuss the state of the housing market with your peers.
The forum will also give you the opportunity to put your questions to policy makers and business leaders. The first 50 people to post messages on the new Regenerate Forum will be entered into a free draw for an iPod Touch.