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Walsh heads to Be

Former Hounslow Council regeneration director Brendon Walsh has joined Be Living as a strategic consultant, joining former Mayoral and No. 10 adviser Ric Blakeway in the developers team.

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Porter gets first tenant

The Landid and Brockton JV have secured their first tenant at The Porter Building next to Slough Station.

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MIPIM UK to discuss Brexit effect on overseas investment

A survey conducted at MIPIM earlier this year suggests nearly half of overseas investors will continue to put their money in to the UK after Brexit, while over half will slow it down or stop investing altogether.

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10HG sells again

Tai United Holdings has sold 10 Hammersmith Grove to Blue Horizon for £112m.

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Spelthorne buys WBC4

The Arora Group has exchanged contracts for the sale of WBC4, an office building at Heathrow, to Spelthorne Borough Council for £47.25 million.

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Government housing plan would ramp up London numbers

London’s housing targets are set to increase significantly under new Government proposals.

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Boris opens TraceLink

Local Uxbridge MP and Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, and leader of Hillingdon Council, Raymond Puddifoot, have officially opened TraceLink’s new European headquarters in Uxbridge.

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Hotel boost for Wembley Central

The leader of Brent Council Cllr Muhammed Butt cut the ribbon at the official reopening of the refurbished Best Western Plus London Wembley Hotel.

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Colleges merge

Uxbridge and Harrow Colleges merged on August 1 this year, and say they will work together to provide the best opportunities to students while keeping their individual names and campuses.

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Network and Quintain announce partnership at Wembley Park

Network Homes and Quintain have announced a partnership to deliver 252 new affordable homes across Wembley Park.

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Crossrail track complete

A significant milestone has been marked with the official completion of the permanent track for the Elizabeth line.

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Charter starts to fill

The joint venture between Landid and Brockton Capital has reached agreement with three major occupiers to take space in the partnership’s landmark 240,000 sq ft office development in Uxbridge town centre.

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Ealing neighbourhood forum set for vote

The Central Ealing Neighbourhood Forum is set for a referendum on a new neighbourhood plan for the town centre.

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Waterside reports demand is strong

Over 50% of homes have now sold at Chalico Walk, the latest release of homes at the award-winning Brentford Lock West.

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CRL welcome new cohort of entrepreneurs

The Central Research Laboratory (CRL) has selected the candidates for their next Accelerator programme.

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Heathrow Skills Taskforce seeking views on future talent strategy

The Heathrow Skills Taskforce, chaired by Lord David Blunkett, has opened a six week, UK-wide online forum to gather independent views on the airport’s future education, employment and skills strategy.

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New Brunel partnerships

Almost £2.4 million has been invested in a new joint research institution, the China–UK Institute of Innovative Quality Engineering and Smart Technology at Brunel University London.

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Pop-up space at the Power Station

Wandsworth small businesses and creative entrepreneurs could get the chance to showcase showcase their wares rent-free at Battersea Power Station.

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Meadow show Whetstone plans

Meadow Residential have shown new plans for a redevelopment of Barnet House, an office block in Whetstone, into new homes for rent.

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London First on Build to Rent

London will become a city of renters, with the number of people renting in the capital due to overtake homeowners by 2025, so London must take a long-term and strategic approach to providing a better choice of rented accommodation, say … Continue reading

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