It means a combined total of 1,400 affordable homes will be built by 2025 - a minimum of 250 of which will be directly delivered by the two councils.
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Covid has shown us that we can make things very different at short notice if we have to, writes James Tickell from Campbell Tickell.
The need to embrace digital and modernise the planning system to meet the needs of communities and support the recovery, is not going away, writes Dave Mann, managing director at dxw.
The report argues helping tenants pay their rent arrears will be the simplest and most straightforward way to avoid evictions and help landlords receive income.
‘It will provide a huge boost to residents, workers, and visitors who want to explore what our great town has to offer.'
The works are part of an overall £6m plan to transform Littlehampton’s town centre and make it a more attractive and welcoming place to work, visit, socialise and spend time.
Public Practice is a not-for-profit social enterprise that has so far placed 149 associates within 44 local authorities across London and the South East.
It will be chaired by the former head of the civil service, Lord Bob Kerslake.
Speaking today in parliament, communities secretary Robert Jenrick said there had ‘been a serious breakdown of governance’ at the council.
In recent years, the use of PDRs has been expanded, but they have proved to be controversial for many people.