Government loan for Alconbury Weald

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Government loan for Alconbury Weald- DLA

As part of our ongoing role in the development of Strategic site Alconbury Weald, David Lock Associates (DLA) have recently supported land owners Urban&Civic in successfully securing a £45million loan from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) to “accelerate the delivery of the site by funding the provision of vital infrastructure”.

Town centre regeneration plans announced in Doncaster

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Detailed visionary plans to revamp Doncaster town centre have been unveiled with the launch of the Doncaster Urban Centre Masterplan. Business leaders from Doncaster and across the region came together last week (24/11/2016) to hear about the transformational plans. Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones, said: “I am delighted to be able to launch the Doncaster Urban… Read more »

DLA secures consents for Enterprise Campus at Alconbury Weald

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Planning permission has now been granted for the first Mid-Tech building in the Alconbury Enterprise Campus.  Site developer and owner Urban&Civic is now hoping to attract a new tenant looking for a flexible business solution in a great location. Located adjacent to the award-winning Incubator and recently completed Club, the Mid-Tech building will offer its… Read more »

First Homes approved at Alconbury Weald

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Town Planning and Urban Design consultants David Lock Associates have secured Reserved Matters consent for the first 128 homes at Alconbury Weald.  Working on behalf of site owners Urban&Civic and regional housebuilder Hopkins Homes, DLA coordinated the design and planning submission for the new homes and, following consultation and amendments to the scheme, consent was granted on… Read more »

First homes at Alconbury Weald

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Alconbury Weald has reached its next important milestone, with the signing up of its first housebuilder and an application, submitted by David Lock Associates on behalf of Urban&Civic, to build the first 128 homes.