Planning news, views and insight – January 2019

In our first edition of 2019: Housing an ageing population, modular houses, bank of mum and dad, movers stick close to home, and breakfast briefing debrief

    • Hesitant home movers stick to what they know
      Half of home movers move less than 10 miles, and we are moving half as often as we did 30 years ago, new research shows… Read more
    • Breakfast Briefing recap – County councils in the spotlight
      Chelgate Local’s latest breakfast briefing went with a bang last month, as keen delegates braved a miserable rainy morning… Read more
    • Why building modular homes is the Housing Minister’s new year’s resolution
      Whatever your new year’s resolutions are, they are probably not as ambitious as Kit Malthouse’s… Read more
    • Cashing in on the Bank of Mum and Dad
      Young people whose parents have property wealth are now almost three times as likely to be homeowners by the age of 30… Read more

Local Plan updates

Chelgate Local brings you Local Plan updates for Aylesbury Vale, Basildon, Brentwood, Central Beds, Chelmsford, Chiltern and South Bucks, Dacorum, East Herts, Epping, Epsom and Ewell, Harlow, Medway, Milton Keynes, Mole Valley and many more…

Chelgate Local invites you to our January Breakfast Briefing in Maidstone, Kent

Our breakfast briefing in January is on the impact of an ageing population on housing provision.

We have a keynote speaker from MHCLG to explain the latest guidance and policies.

You will also hear from planning consultants, local politicians and developers on their views about housing provision and the impact of an increasingly ageing population.

Come along on 22nd January, 8-10am at the Macure Maidstone Great Dane Hotel. Click here to register.