Transport Committee urges R3 action

The Transport Select Committee has urged the Government to decide to expand Heathrow.

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Pop up Pergola for TV Centre

television_centre_middle_editA pop up food court and cinema is to open on the roof of TV Centre this summer.

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New plans for Master Robert

New plans have been submitted for the Master Robert Hotel site in Heston, which would provide a new four-storey hotel.

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Arora wins IoD Award

Surinder Arora, has been named among the region’s top business leaders in the IoD London and the South Director of the Year Awards.

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Imagine Hammersmith

imagine_hammersmithWest London Link & HammersmithLondon are holding an ideas competition focussed on improving Hammersmith Town Centre.

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Curve paused

Galliard Homes plans for the Chiswick Roundabout site are paused for a Hounslow Council review.

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Investing in connected places

1QCS ExteriorWe spoke to Chris Hiatt of Landid, currently working on a refurbishment of One Queen Caroline Street in Hammersmith, about why they are in West London. Continue reading

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Wandsworth Design Awards announced

Graveney SchoolA new sixth form block at a secondary school in Tooting and a series of public works of art in Balham High Road have both been named as the winners of this year’s Wandsworth Design Awards.

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Premier Inn for Fulham

Fulham is to get a “hub” Premier Inn, as Whitbread ramps up the roll out of the brand across London.

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Countryside Hounslow consultation

Countryside Properties are consulting on their plans to expand a primary school and build more than 280 new homes in Hounslow.

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London First wants more overseas promotion

London First has called for more promotion abroad of London as a business and tourism destination, particuarly in China, urging the Mayor to ditch City Hall’s “vanity posters” on the Tube and increase expenditure on overseas work.

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Friends Garden opens

Friends Garden, Belmont Road, Uxbridge, opening ceremony with Boris Johnson MP. MUST CREDIT PHOTO MATT WRITTLE © copyright Matt Writtle 2016.

Aviva Investors’ Friends Garden, situated on Belmont Road, Uxbridge is now open to the public, following the completion of the recent re-landscaping of the town centre public space.

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New South Kilburn park to open

woodhouse urban park skSouth Kilburn’s new urban park, located off Albert Road, is set to officially open.

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Passengers continue to grow at Heathrow

Heathrow passenger traffic was up again for the first three months of 2016.

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Brent approves investment strategy

Brent Council’s Cabinet has approved a new ‘Investment Strategy’ for the council, which will use one off earmarked reserves to create a £12m pot of cash for long-term strategic investments.

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Osterley asks for Neighbourhood Forum

The Osterley Neighbourhood Forum has applied to be recognised by Hounslow Council as an organisation to produce a Neighbourhood Plan for their area and to identify a Neighbourhood Plan Area.

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Heathrow Hub submits new costs

New detailed cost estimates from Heathrow Hub’s show it could cost significantly less than a third runway, according to the company behind the proposal.

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Harrow Wifi live

Harrow now has free public wifi in 50 hotspots around the borough.

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Hounslow could buy homes

Hounslow Council is set to decide on a report proposing plans to spend £53.5m on buying homes to help reduce the councils spend on temporary accommodation for homeless families. Continue reading

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Bridget Joyce up for an award

bridget joyce squareAn innovative flood prevention project that will create a ‘green oasis’ for residents in the heart of White City has been shortlisted for an award.

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