Inholm, the second phase of Northstowe and one of the UK’s largest modular neighbourhoods gets the green light

South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Planning Committee has today 12th February 2020 approved plans for Inholm, a contemporary Fenland village and the second phase of Cambridgeshire’s new town, Northstowe. Once complete, Northstowe will comprise 10,000 new homes. The new village of Inholm will be the largest in the UK to be manufactured offsite using modern volumetric… Read More »

House by Urban Splash wins planning permission for Cambridgeshire scheme

House by Urban Splash has secured planning permission for a 406-home scheme in Cambridgeshire that will be built using modular construction.   Yesterday, South Cambridgeshire District Council’s planning committee approved plans for the Inholm scheme, which is described as a “contemporary Fenland village”. It forms part of the wider 10,000-home Northstowe development.   Read more

Our award-winning House by Urban Splash is bringing a change of pace to the housebuilding sector

We were delighted this week to receive an award from Homes England in recognition of the impact of House by Urban Splash.   Our recent £90m deal – which saw us attract inward investment from Japan’s biggest housebuilder Sekisui House and Homes England – was awarded the Chair’s Award for Excellence by Homes England.  … Read More »

House by Urban Splash announces two senior appointments

Urban Splash House Holdings, trading as House by Urban Splash – the newly formed organisation between Japan’s biggest housebuilder Sekisui House, Homes England and Urban Splash – has made two significant appointments, with Claire Kober and Mark Shirburne-Davies both joining the business.   Essex-born Ms Kober will take on the role of Independent Director and… Read More »

Why New Islington is now the best place to live in Manchester city centre

New Islington has never looked so good.   Its growing potential seems to mirror – and in some cases, outshine – its quirky neighbours, the Northern Quarter and Ancoats, which have seen lots of redevelopment over the last 30 years.   The mix of architecture reflected resplendently in the canal has been the key to… Read More »