24 Mar

Place making 'could benefit houses for sale in Portsmouth'

Place making 'could benefit houses for sale in Portsmouth'

Place making strategies could attract further interest in houses for sale in Portsmouth.

The Hampshire city, along with other UK regions, could become a better place for its residents as a result of investment in urban redevelopment, according to research.

A report from Centre for Housing Research at the University of St Andrews and the Smith Institute says cutting investment in local areas during the economic recovery could damage wellbeing and competitiveness.

Paul Hackett, director of the Smith Institute, says place making policies are "vital" to delivering sustainable jobs and growth.

Therefore, investment plans announced by Portsmouth City Council this month could also help to boost wellbeing in the city.

A £100,000 fund has been set up for voluntary community groups to help them plan for their futures in the city, which will be beneficial to residents as well as tenants living in houses to rent in Portsmouth.

Support for community groups could help to boost the wellbeing of the residents they serve.

In addition, the council's plans could attract more buyers to invest in property for sale in Portsmouth.

The fund aims to allow the group to continue their "excellent work" in the Hampshire city.ADNFCR-1222-ID-800475625-ADNFCR

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