Planning Application Submitted in Devon
On behalf of Oserian Developments, we have submitted a planning application for a residential development at a site in Heathfield, just outside Newton Abbot, Devon.
Continuum Awarded North East Derbyshire Consultancy Contract
Following a successful, competitive procurement process, Continuum have been awarded a contract from North East Derbyshire Council to provide consultancy services pursuant to financial viability assessment.
Another Milestone Reached at Godley Green
Continuum have led the team as they considered and responded to comments raised by consultees during the initial consultation period.
Planning consent achieved for 607 units in Southampton
The former Debenhams store, vacant since 2020, will be demolished to make way for the delivery of 607 residential units.
Charity Tri-Regions Rugby Tournament
In aid of Bowel Cancer UK and Alzheimer's Society
Welcoming Georgia to the Team!
This week Continuum have welcomed their Summer Intern to the London team.
£180m Brownfield Land Release Fund Now Open
Against a backdrop of political turbulence and uncertainty, The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) in collaboration with One Public Estate (OPE), has announced that the Brownfield Land Release Fund 2 is open, giving Councils the opportunity to bid for a segment of the £180 million pot.
Croaking in Harmony
Continuum are delighted to be sponsoring Bilton-in-Ainsty Cricket Club, affectionally known as “The Frogs” for the 2022 cricket season.
The New Infrastructure Levy, Emperors New Clothing?
Back in May the Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill (LURB) was published by the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) and the new Infrastructure Levy (IL) was introduced.
Trebbi Walked Around the World!
Staff across Continuum and Trebbi have walked the distance around the world in 6 weeks!
Levelling Up Fund Round 2: What's In Store
It’s been 5 months since Levelling Up Fund (LUF) Round saw £1.7 billion pounds be awarded to numerous local authorities, kick starting the Government’s pledge of £4.8 billion worth of investment to Level Up the UK.