G4C interview with Phillip Williams, Head of Regeneration at the IPA

G4C asked the Head of Regeneration in the government’s IPA, Phillip Williams how we will meet the housing requirements of the future. Watch Phillip’s response where he outlines the recommendations of the recent government white paper and explains how we can provide 160,000 new homes through grants, finance, freeing up more land and creating a … Continue reading “G4C interview with Phillip Williams, Head of Regeneration at the IPA”

Open data for housing

Open Data for Housing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-wBItE-ayo Next to food and clothing, the Declaration of Human Rights lists housing as the third fundamental need for any human being. The current supply of housing in the UK does not met the demand as a result of limited amount of land, insufficient replacement of inefficient existing stock and rise in population. As part … Continue reading “Open Data for Housing”

The Great Rock and Roll Swindle

When many out there in the social media piazzas are questioning the relevance of ice bucket vanity gone viral, we had our very own cold shower when interviewing Pete Halsall, CEO of Good Homes Alliance on multiculturalism, UK planning and the moral obligation of the next generation. G4C mission is to push the boundaries of … Continue reading “The Great Rock and Roll Swindle”

Future of Housing

G4C was recently invited by RICS to take part in a roundtable discussion on how to speed up housing delivery in the UK. Cost of land was high on the agenda as much as the long debated inefficiency in timing infrastructural planning with electoral cycles. Where G4C made the difference was in highlighting the long … Continue reading “Future of Housing”