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Green Light for next stage of Devonshire Park Redevelopment Plans


The next stage of plans for the redevelopment of Devonshire Park, which will firmly establish Eastbourne as a cultural destination, have been approved by Eastbourne Borough Council in a landmark moment in the history of the town.
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Easi-guide to Affordable Housing


Who safeguards quality now?
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Civic Trust Award Commendation for Aylesbury South West Corner


The Aylesbury Estate South West Corner has won a a Civic Trust Award Commendation
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Vivo & So Stepney win London Planning Award


We are pleased to announce that our Ocean Estate (Vivo & So Stepney) project has won the award for the Best New Place to Live at the London Planning Awards, hosted by Boris Johnson.
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Phoenix Housing Association Secure Planning for Hazelhurst Court Extra Care Development, Lewisham by Levitt Bernstein


Following an initial competition bid Levitt Bernstein together with Phoenix Housing Association has secured planning permission for a new 60 flat Extra Care development in Lewisham.
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Planning Permission for Next Stage of Walthamstow Regeneration


Working with East Thames, Levitt Bernstein have secured planning permission for a mixed tenure affordable housing-led scheme, on Sutherland Road, Walthamstow. The scheme will provide 59 dwellings in 4 separate buildings, associated parking, shared amenity play space and a health centre. The aesthetic of the new scheme alludes to the nearby industrial roofscape, with clean lines, steady modulation of the building heights from 2 to 5 stories, brick and metal cladding and a ‘ripple effect’ created by the placement of balcony balustrades.
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UCL Receives Planning Approval and Listed Building Consent for Levitt Bernstein’s Faculty of Laws Redevelopment


UCL’s Faculty of Laws is a world-class study centre that needs to expand. Their existing home, which includes a listed former union headquarters, will soon be re-planned, the two existing buildings forming a new single identity for the Faculty. Extensive alterations will create additional floor space and address historic limitations, allowing new formal and informal learning opportunities. Internally, a glazed atrium will connect the two buildings with a new, central heart to the Faculty, while externally new Portland Stone cladding will unite the two buildings visually.
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