Author: Samantha Veal

Unlocking Brownfield Land

It’s estimated that brownfield land that is considered suitable for housing development has the capacity to support at least one million new homes. Our Chief Executive, Sam Veal, looks at the benefits and challenges of developing brownfield land for housing.    Unlocking brownfield sites for housing development is one of the most progressive solutions to the housing crisis.  Latest research […]

Unlocking Brownfield Land

Why we all went 30 Days Wild!

This month, Blueprint has joined thousands of people across the country to take part in the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild initiative.  Here, our Chief Executive Sam Veal talks about why we are supporting the campaign and how the two organisations share a common goal.  At Blueprint, we are genuinely passionate about people, place and planet. These aren’t buzz words […]

Why we all went 30 Days Wild!

Building Homes, Creating Communities

  It’s not enough to build housing: people want homes, with facilities and a sense of community and place. Sam Veal, Chief Executive of Blueprint looks at the need to build new communities, not just houses.  The mismatch between the need for homes and the number of new homes built each year is well known, however, focusing purely on numbers […]

Building Homes, Creating Communities

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Exciting Milestone for New Free School Development

17th December 2020

The site purchase for a new local school, Waterside Primary Academy, has been officially completed by the Department for Education (DfE) and the local housing developer Blueprint, which will support Greenwood Academies Trust’s plans to open a new free school serving families across the Trent Basin waterside neighbourhood in Nottingham. This follows earlier approval from the Department for Education for […]

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