Atkins appointed sustainability advisor on Old Oak

Atkins has been awarded a contract to help make Old Oak and Park Royal, London’s largest opportunity area, “one of the most sustainable urban developments in the UK”.

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Brent digital business programme

Brent Council has completed a Digital Business Skills programme with a number of Wembley High Road business owners.

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Retail-to-resi PDR fails

southfieldsparade2A property developer’s wish to turn a popular parade of shops in Southfields into residential space has suffered a setback after council planners blocked permitted development rights plan. Continue reading

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EU result to stop R3?

The EU Referendum result – a vote by the UK to leave – and the subsequent resignation of the Prime Minister is likely to at least delay a decision on aviation capacity expansion, and possibly rule it out altogether.

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Sadiq orders OPDC review

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a formal review of the Old Oak & Park Royal Development Corporation.

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Walsh pushes Heathrow Hub

Willie Walsh, CEO of the International Airlines Group (IAG), which includes British Airways, has told the Government to consider Heathrow Hub’s expansion proposals, as they are cheaper that Heathrow Airport’s own plans.

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Lampton Road project gets under way

Work is about to begin on the demolition of Hounslow’s Civic Centre, and its replacement with new homes, along with the construction of a new civic centre closer tot he town centre.

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SEGRO consult on Nestle

nestle consult jun 16SEGRO and residential partner Barratt London held a consultation event at the Nestle plant site in Hayes.

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Second award for Bridget Joyce

joyce_middle_editA ground-breaking urban regeneration scheme in White City that also helps prevent localised flooding has received its second award in a month.

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Powerday refused again in West Drayton

Powerday’s plans for a recycling centre in West Drayton have been refused for a third time by Hillingdon Council.

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More homes for Brent

The second phase of Brent Council’s Right to Buy Receipts Programme is set to be discussed by Cabinet on 27 June 2016, with the council set to approve an investment of £60m in new homes.

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Crossrail link to Wembley would accelerate regeneration

Brent Council says it is working hard to ensure residents in Brent get the most out of the UK’s largest regeneration scheme at Old Oak and Park Royal.

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Hotels for Slough Library site

SloughOldLibrarySiteThe old library site in Slough town centre could be home to two new hotels if the council’s cabinet agree a proposal.

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Slough Station Road to stay one-way

Slough Council’s Cabinet is set to agree that the current experimental one-way layout of Station Road and Burnham Lane should become permanent.

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Workspace sells properties

Workspace Group has exchanged contracts on the sale of its properties held through the BlackRock Workspace Property Trust, including two in west London.

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Brent Housing Review

A report seeking approval to review current arrangements for housing management in Brent is to be discussed by the Brent Council’s Cabinet. Continue reading

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Brazil to Brent

A new exhibition called Brazil to Brent is to open in the Exhibition Space on the second floor at The Library at Willesden Green, examining what it means to be Brazilian in Brent, bringing out themes of community and inclusion which may resonate for many.

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Quintain reshapes leadership team

Quintain has announced that Angus Dodd, the current Chairman, is to replace Max James as CEO.

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Inland sells Vale

Inland Homes has completed the sale of The Vale in Acton, which has consent for 95 new homes.

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Meyer consult on Hounslow House site

meyer hounslow house june 16Meyer Homes is consulting on plans for the former Hounslow House site, which they acquired from Tesco regeneration arm Spenhill.

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