• English Care Villages Successful at Planning Appeal

    Many congratulations to English Care Villages who have been successful at appeal (by public inquiry) on land adjacent to Bretton House, Fosse Way, Stow on the Wold. RCA Director Sian Griffiths acted as expert witness at the inquiry, covering matters related to 5 year housing land supply.  Planning permission has now been granted for a continuing care retirement community.

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  • RCA Summer Seminar and Worcestershire T20 Cricket Match in Aid of St Richards Hospice

    On Friday 10th July 2015 RCA hosted a Summer Planning seminar followed by an evening of cricket at the sell out T20 match between Worcester and Birmingham.

    Up to bat first was our own Sian Griffiths with a presentation about how the planning system has performed over the last 5 years. Sarah Loynes took her position at 3pm with a talk about highways and transport planning. ...

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  • Stratford-on-Avon District Council: Revised Housing Requirement Update: 13th July 2015

    The Examination in Public (EiP) of Stratford-on-Avon District Council’s Core Strategy was suspended in March 2015 following receipt of the Inspector’s Interim Findings Report. A key driver to the suspension stemmed from concerns regarding the Objectively Assessed Housing Needs (OAHN) for the District. Accordingly, the Council identified a timetable of future works which included ...

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  • Bartestree – RCA Regeneration secures success at planning appeal

    RCA Regeneration is delighted to announce that they have secured outline planning permission at appeal for 51 new homes in the village of Bartestree, Herefordshire.

    The application had originally been refused by Herefordshire Council due to a number of concerns regarding the landscape impacts of the proposed development.  Despite this, the Inspector agreed with RCA Regeneration’s ...

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  • RCA Help BBC One series 'DIY SOS: The Big Build'

    This week RCA Regeneration supplied a new TV and wall bracket to the family featured in the BBC One series 'DIY SOS: The Big Build' and was used as part of a life changing transformation to the home of a family in Eckington, Worcs.

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