Five year high for industrial take-up

2016 recorded a five-year high in industrial floorspace take-up, according to JLL’s latest Western Corridor Industrial & Logistics research.

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Brent calls for derelict sites

Brent Council has issued a call for sites for derelict and vacant, rundown, or underused sites in the borough ripe for development.

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Pound opens Red Lion

Stephen Pound, MP for Ealing North, cut the ribbon at the launch of Clearview Homes’ Red Lion Court regeneration scheme.

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Headstone Manor gets HLF grant

Headstone Manor Rec will soon be getting a facelift thanks to a £230,000 funding boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Park for People project.

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Heathrow poll shows national public support

Heathrow Airport have released a new ComRes poll which showed more than two thirds of the public think building a third runway at Heathrow demonstrates that Britain remains ‘open for business’ after Brexit

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Observatory redevelopment to complete

XLB and LREC expect to complete 25 Windsor Road in Slough in March 2017.

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Fairview starts at Gayton Road

Work has begun on the Gayton Road library site in Harrow creating 355 new homes.

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Charter Building completes

Landid and Brockton’s Charter Building in Uxbridge has reached completion.

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Dominion Works on site

Mizen Group has started construction of a new four-storey residential development of 34 homes for Goldcrest.

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Brent consults on CIL spend

Brent Council are asking residents how £3 million, collected from developers under the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), could be spent in their areas.

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Brent consults on basement guidelines

Brent Council is to consult on new planning guidance for basement developments in reaction to an increasing number of applications for basement development in parts of the borough.

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East to threaten West once more?

The Mayor of London has unveiled plans to transform the Thames Estuary into a hub for the creative and cultural industries, threatening to move a sector which is one of West London’s traditional strengths.

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McLoughlin heads for GLA

The director of planning and growth at the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has been appointed to lead the Greater London Authority’s planning department, it is reported.

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Approval given for rugby at Brentford Community Stadium

Hounslow Council have resolved to approve the London Irish planning application to allow rugby at the new Brentford Community Stadium.

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QPR look at Linford

Queens Park Rangers FC are looking at the option of building a new stadium on the site of the current Linford Christie stadium, it is reported.

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Design team begins work on Nine Elms Pimlico Bridge commission

The design team, led by Denmark’s Bystrup Architecture Design and Engineering, is now starting a programme of exploratory works for a the new Nine Elms bridge.

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New Chief Executive appointed to Barnet Council

John Hooton has been formally appointed as Chief Executive of Barnet Council.

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Five more for Circus Village

Battersea Power Station has signed another five independent restaurants to Circus Village West, and will open this summer.

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Another record month for Heathrow

Heathrow Airport, cargo terminal, CargoLogicAir Boeing 747-83Q(F) on stand, 03 November 2016.

Heathrow welcomed a record 5.74 million passengers in January 2017 – 4.2% up on January 2016 – alongside a 4.4% growth in cargo volumes.

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Mayor of London announces Brexit plan

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has set out plans for a London Brexit blueprint at the first meeting of his Brexit Expert Advisory Panel.

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