London First backs Heathrow

Members of London First have come out in favour of Heathrow expansion.

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Consultation closes on Heathrow western rail link

Network Rail has closed its consultation on a 5km tunnelled rail link between Heathrow Airport and the West Coast mainline.

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Harrow tops price rise chart

Harrow is the west London borough where house prices have risen most quickly over the past year, according to a recent report.

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Oaks appeal refused

A Court of Appeal action brought by local opponents to plans to redevelop THe Oaks shopping centre in Acton has been refused.

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Asda Hayes to open

Asda has said its new Hayes store on the former Westland Helicopters site should open in July.

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Mizen buy in Acton

Mizen Group has acquired a site in Acton on which it plans to build 50 new homes.

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Acton hotel deferred

Ealing Council has deferred a decision on a planning application to build a hotel in Acton for the second time.

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Brentford to show Griffin Park plans

Brentford FC have begun to work with Willmott Dixon on the future of Griffin Park once the Club has moved from its historic home, and will hold a public exhibition to show the plans.

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New Next for Hayes

Next has started work on a new 38,000 sq ft superstore in Lombardy Retail Park.

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New high for Heathrow

CHE03115dHeathrow saw its busiest ever March with a record 5.95 million passengers travelling through the UK’s hub, an increase of 3.4% on March 2014 as the airport benefitted from an earlier Easter travel rush

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