85,000 new homes need to be built in the West of England over the next 20 years to meet demand, significantly more than anticipated.The four councils – Bristol, North Somerset, Bath & North East Somerset and South Gloucestershire – estimate that the West now needs 85,000 new homes by 2036, rather than the 56,000 units originally planned. They have vowed to work together to plan the new properties and all the roads and other infrastructure that will need to go with them.A 12-week public consultation is underway offering local residents the opportunity to have their say on what sort of projects should go where.land and new homes the West new homes public consultation November 15, 2015The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Land & New Homes » The West needs 85,000 homes previous nextLand & New HomesThe West needs 85,000 homesThe Negotiator15th November 20150633 Views
They go up against New Zealand tonight in their final Pool C clash in Italy.After narrow wins over Argentina and Scotland so-far, Nigel Carolan’s side face their toughest challenge of the tournament so-far as they take-on a much-fancied New Zealand side, which battled to a tense victory over Argentina last time out.Kick-off tonight in Italy is at 7.30, Irish time.
“After extensive evaluation, I determined it is best to move in a different direction with our head coaching position. I want to thank Igor for his work this past season and wish him the best with his future endeavors.”A search will begin immediately for the team’s next head coach, the Suns said, and that search is expected to target 76ers assistant Monty Williams as Kokoskov’s successor, ESPN reported. Related News Here’s a factor in the timing of Kokoskov’s dismissal: The Suns are planning to target Philadelphia 76ers assistant Monty Williams, league sources tell ESPN. Lakers are planning a second interview with Williams soon, sources said.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) April 23, 2019Kokoskov’s first season in the NBA didn’t go well. He led the Suns to a 19-63 record, which tied the Cavaliers for the second worst mark in the league.Phoenix has a 14 percent chance to win the lottery in the 2019 NBA Draft, the same odds as New York and Cleveland. The young team struggled to find identity throughout the season, and it appears the front office thinks there is a better fit to lead the franchise in the future. The Suns will have a new head coach next season.The team issued a late-night statement Monday from general manager James Jones confirming that Igor Kokoskov had been fired: The Suns had one of, if not, the worst point guard rotation in the NBA. But they could count on the talent of star shooting guard Devin Booker to carry the scoring load and serve as the primary distributor. Deandre Ayton also had a promising first season, showcasing top quality scoring and rebounding skills. NBA free agency: Kevon Looney would ‘love to stay’ with Warriors Malcolm Brogdon injury update: Bucks guard (foot) ‘progressing’ toward return