Call in for Ealing plans

The Secretary of State has called in Ealing Council’s approval of Benson Elliot’s plans for the redevelopment of the Arcadia site at Ealing Broadway.

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Brent agrees road spend

A plan to spend an additional £2million on improving roads and pavements around Brent has been agreed.

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Hyatt revamp of Heathrow Gate opens

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Hyatt Place London Heathrow/Hayes has opened, a refurbishment of the former Heathrow Gate Hotel.

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Hub say R3 would be “difficult to finance”

Heathrow Hub have commented on the affordability of Heathrow Airport’s third runway plan.

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Sadiq makes first appointments

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today announced key senior appointments to his top team, including deputy mayors for policing, transport and housing.

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Cineworld head for Brentford

Cineworld is to locate its UK headquarters at Columbia Threadneedle’s Vantage London, in Brentford.

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Weston to kick off at Denham Studios

Weston Homes is to start construction on the £120m residential redevelopment of the Denham Film Laboratories.

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Boston Manor gets HLF cash

boston_manor_houseBoston Manor House, a historic house owned by Hounslow Council, has been successful in gaining initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Heathrow launches ‘election-style’ expansion manifesto

john holland kayeHeathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye today pledged to secure the economic future of families across all of Britain if the airport is allowed to expand.

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Nine Elms futures feature strongly at LFA

nine elms aerial 2016 with cgiA series of guided tours, exhibitions and panel discussions are being hosted in venues across  Nine Elms as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, which is set to run throughout June.

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Ealing approve Acton Station

architects_impression_of_acton_main_line_station_230481Ealing Council have approved plans for the new Crossrail station in Acton.

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Hillingdon Expo imminent

Hillingdon Business Expo is on May 26 at Brunel University London, and boasts free seminars and 70 exhibitors.

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Fairview submit Cricklewood plans

Fairview New Homes have submitted plans for a 122 home development in Cricklewood.

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Heathrow hires Cycle Officer

Heathrow Airport has hired what it says is the World’s first Airport Cycle Officer, who will work to increase the amount of people cycling to the airport.

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Arts Centre to transfer

Cultura London is to take over Harrow Arts Centre from the council and is launching a major redevelopment project
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Roadworks making congestion worse despite flat traffic

A new report from traffic analysts INRIX, ‘London Congestion Trends’, has used big data to highlight the reasons for London’s growing traffic problem – more congestion, but not caused by more cars.

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Greystar consults on Greenford plans

US PRS specialist Greystar is consulting over plans for 2060 homes on the former GlaxoSmithKline site in Greenford.

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Harrow wetland open

Queensbury Park has opened a new wetland area around the Kenton Brook.

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Brent Cabinet changes

Roxanne Mashari has retained the Regeneration, Growth, Employment and Skills portfolio on Brent Council’s Cabinet, but there is a new portfolio holder  for housing.

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Ealing Cabinet changes

Cllr_Peter_MasonCouncillor Peter Mason has joined Ealing Council’s cabinet, as the portfolio holder for prosperity, skills, employment and transformation.

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