Award for Paradise

Paradise Gardens, in Ravenscourt Park, has been included ont he RIBA National Awards list.

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Quintain picks McLaren

Quintain has awarded McLaren two significant contracts at Wembley Park.

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ACV for Flanagans

Wandsworth Council has designated Flanagan’s in Bradmead an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

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St George to vary Filmworks

St George has submitted an application to vary their planning permission for the Ealing Filmworks development, whihc would add 48 homes to the scheme on the former Empire site.

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Heathrow helps SMEs take off

Heathrow and the Department for International Trade’s ‘Exporting is GREAT’ Campaign have launched a new programme to help British SME’s identify and reach new markets for their goods or services.

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ITV head for White City

ITV is to move production of its daytime programmes and The Jonathan Ross Show to Stanhope’s Television Centre development.

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Mayor announces Cultural Leadership Board

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced his new Cultural Leadership Board – which aims to guide the Mayor’s vision for culture in the capital.

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Sadiq wants London to get smart

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today outlined his vision for London to become the world’s leading ‘Smart City’ – with digital technology and data at the heart of making the capital an even better place to live, work and invest.

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Power Station chimneys complete

Battersea Power Station’s four iconic chimneys have been rebuilt using the same construction technique as when they first graced London’s skyline.

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As you were in West London

The General Election has not altered the political map in West London, with the sitting MPs generally holding their seats, although Brentford & Isleworth’s Ruth Cadbury extended her majority hugely, and two familiar faces resurfaced south of the river.

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West Ealing Sainsbury sold

The West Ealing Sainsbury’s store has been acquired by Aprirose and Aurora Real Estate £22.5m.

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Greystar buy in Nine Elms

Greystar has acquired two sites in Nine Elms from the Royal Mail, and plans an 894 flat scheme.

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Westfield partners with Uber

Westfield London has partnered with Uber to allow shoppers to access a seamless taxi service fromt he app-enabled operator.

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Royal College of Art in White City

In autumn 2017, the Royal College of Art will open its schools of humanities and communications in Wood Lane, by the BBC’s former Television Centre complex

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Collective to sell Old Oak development

The Collective has instructed agents to sell its Old Oak co-living development

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R55 win Minavil consent

R55 have secured planning consent for their Minavil House development in Alperton.

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McAlpine gets going at Battersea

Battersea Power Station Development Company has confirmed the appointment of Sir Robert McAlpine as the new construction manager to complete Phase 3 of the redevelopment project.

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H&F to launch electric car club

A new car club allowing Hammersmith & Fulham residents to be the first in London to drive cars with zero exhaust emissions is to launch in Lyric Square.

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Hounslow make cabinet changes

Hounslow Council has added members to its cabinet, with Councillor Candice Atterton, ward councillor for Hanworth ward, taking the portfolio of Jobs, Skills and Opportunities.

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Arora Group Breaks Ground for New Heathrow Terminal 2 Hotel

The Arora Group has broken ground on a new 355-room hotel directly linked to Heathrow Terminal 2, ‘The Queen’s Terminal’, which will be the first in the central terminal area.

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