• RCA supports the bill making progress through parliament

    RCA supports the bill making progress through parliament which will help self-builders to realise their ambitions through the purchase of surplus local authority owned land. Many of us know about bits of land here and there that would be excellent for self-builders!

    You can read more about the bill here:

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  • RCA are running the Rainbow Run in support of St Richards Hospice

    Sian, Sarah, Dani, Victoria, Gemma, Ed, Phil and Gareth are all signed up to get messy in support of St Richards Hospice.

    The team are taking part in the Rainbow Run, taking place on 15th March at Top Farm Activity Centre. The ethos of the event is to turn up in white gym kit and prepare to get showered with colours of the rainbow as you run, walk, skip or dance the 5km ...

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  • RCA Regeneration awarded ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management

    We are pleased to announce that yesterday we were successfully awarded ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management.  This is a great achievement for RCA and the team, who have worked extremely hard towards the accreditation.

    The ISO Certification is the proof to all of our stakeholders, customers and staff that we work to efficient processes, consistently achieving and delivering against our ...

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  • 15 new dwellings at Stanford Court, Stanford Bridge

    RCA Regeneration have secured planning permission for 15 new dwellings at Stanford Court, Stanford Bridge designed by well-known Worcestershire architect Andrew Boughton.  The scheme is very different to what went before and includes a strong aesthetic based on the Arts and Crafts movement, consisting of 4 and 5 bed detached houses, in a parkland setting.  The development will complete a ...

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  • DCLG has ‘bolstered’ their stance on green belt development

    Yesterday RCA Regeneration learned that DCLG has further ‘bolstered’ their stance on green belt development with a new addition to the Planning Practice Guidance.  It follows questions about the weight to be afforded non-greenbelt considerations such as economic development and housing need in the face of green belt development proposals.  Whilst we aren’t sure it’s telling us ...

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  • South Worcestershire Development Plan

    The South Worcestershire Development Plan 2 has been voted through by each of the three Councils tonight, containing a number of new housing sites.  Public consultation will begin shortly for a period of 6 weeks – RCA Regeneration can help you with your representations to this document, so get in touch!

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  • The Stratford District Core Strategy

    The Stratford District Core Strategy has now been submitted to the Secretary of State for formal Public Examination. We await details of the timetable for this and RCA Regeneration will be in attendance. If you would like further information on how we can assist you through this process, please let us know.

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  • Stratford District Council’s Call for Sites for the Site Allocations

    Stratford District Council’s Call for Sites for the Site Allocations DPD and emerging CIL Document are still out for consultation which ends on 2nd October 2014. Please get in touch if you would like us to assist you with the promotion of land in Stratford District.

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  • Bromsgrove/Redditch EiP Update

    Update from the Bromsgrove/Redditch EiP: it appears the emerging plan may face further delay as a result of a lack of proposed allocations for gypsy and traveller sites.  Once the next couple of days of hearings are completed today and tomorrow, it is unlikely to reconvene until February 2015 – which means continued uncertainty for all concerned. Please get in touch if you would like to ...

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  • Sites for the South Worcestershire Development Plan

    RCA Regeneration have been promoting a number of sites that now form part of the SWDP2 in South Worcestershire which will be going out for public consultation at the beginning of October, through to November. If you have sites in South Worcestershire that you want to promote through this process, please get in touch as it is very likely this will be your last chance for a while!

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  • RCA Regeneration Vs Zebra Architects Golf Day

    RCA Regeneration and Zebra Architects competed in their first annual Cider Cup golf competition at Guadet Luce golf club.  With an 8-a-side team format the day was keenly challenged over a pairs competition in the morning and a singles contest in the afternoon; all interspersed with ‘light refreshments’.  With RCA Regeneration having a narrow lead after the morning session, everything ...

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  • Drakes Broughton Appeal Won

    RCA Regeneration are delighted to announce that they have won an important appeal today for 39 new homes in Drakes Broughton, Worcestershire on behalf of North Oak Homes Ltd.

    The site is greenfield, on the edge of a sustainable village.  The Inspector ruled that Wychavon DC’s 5 year housing land supply is still in doubt.  An award of full costs was also granted.

    For ...

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  • RCA Regeneration secure one of the first conversions of an office block into a series of residential apartments.

    Following the Government’s changes to the planning system (, RCA Regeneration have recently secured one of the first conversions of an office ...

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  • SWDP Overall Housing Figure to be 28,370 – an increase of 5,170 homes (over 22% increase)!

    Inspector Clews Further Interim Conclusions on the emerging SWDP have today been published including the revised overall housing target figure which is to now be 28,370 new homes across South Worcestershire for the Plan period to 2030.  This represents an increase of 5,170 new homes above the housing target published in the submitted version of the SWDP – an overall increase of ...

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  • Website Approved By The Good Net Guide

    We are really pleased this week that the RCA Regeneration website has been approved for a listing on The Good Net Guide.

    The Good Net Guide is an independent initiative that helps to promote quality websites. The approval process ensures that our website is clean and clear, has an intuitive navigation and contains original, informative content.

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