Policy Response Housing

June 15, 2017

The long-awaited proposals set out to deliver a higher number of homes through a co-ordinated approach that tightens up the planning system and requires local authorities and developers to do more.

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Carter is one of the country’s leading real estate investment, development and advisory firms. The company, founded in 1958, has its headquarters in Atlanta and operations across the country. Carter has a proud history of leading visionary and bold real estate developments that have improved communities and created value for its clients. Today, Carter draws on its history, experience and creativity as the company develops landmark mixed-use projects, seeks new investment opportunities and advises clients as they make key real estate choices. Specifically, Carter focuses on development of mixed-use and multifamily projects in urban infill locations such as TheBanks in Cincinnati, equity development of student housing such as HighlandSquare in Oxford, Miss., acquisition of opportunistic office, project management and strategic consulting. Carter’s high-caliber associates create value for clients using a team-based approach that leverages strong expertise and a deep knowledge base in a wi

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