Its Measuring Social Value report concluded that on average, housing-led regeneration projects are “likely to have a positive wider placemaking impact on the surrounding area, which can be assessed through net house price effects”.
Furthermore, the report sets out guidance on how to monetise placemaking or ‘wider area’ impacts based on estimating the existing housing stock and capital value within the surrounding area of a scheme.
Earlier this year, the government announced a review into the role of Homes England, focusing on the agency’s efficacy, efficiency, governance and accountability.
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