The three developments in Kidderminster, Dudley, and South Birmingham will bring over 430 new homes to the region.
Both sites in Harrogate, North Yorkshire will have provision for 40% affordable homes, helping to meet local demand.
The proposed 500-home scheme on the outskirts of Weymouth, Dorset will include 45% affordable housing.
Shared ownership completions have more than quadrupled since 2015/16, the report by the University of Cambridge and SO Resi found.
Leeds Federated Housing Association and WDH are jointly developing 82 new affordable homes on Pemberton Road in Castleford.
Ealing Council has given the go-ahead to a development by Bollo Lane in Acton, TfL’s largest residential development to date.
Sunderland City Council is working with North East builders Tolent on the scheme in Shiney Row in Houghton-le-Spring.
The West Midlands Combined Authority will pair with five housing associations to launch an affordable housing development vehicle.
Cartrefi Conwy has secured a £39 million financial package to help it provide new affordable homes and tackle homelessness.
The West Midlands mayor Andy Street has paid a visit to Stonewater’s 39-home development at Tiverton Road in Wyken, Coventry.