- Quintain appoints agents on Wembley Park core
- Hounslow approves Article 4’s
- Ealing approves Galliford Try deal
- Nestle plans approved
- US Embassy completion
- Mayor launches Economic Development strategy
- Slough opens Osborne space
- Harrow to get more trees
- Westfield to be taken over
- King Street closes for market
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Quintain has appointed three office agents to help make Wembley Park, its 85 acre mixed-use regeneration project, into a lively new office destination.
Hounslow Council’s Cabinet has approved two Article 4 directions restricting the conversion of industrial space in to homes.
Ealing Council’s plan to redevelop the 1.27 hectare (3.14 acres) site of Perceval House, their main office building in Ealing Broadway, has taken another step forward.
SEGRO and Barratt’s mixed use scheme at the former Nestle factory in Hayes involving 1300 homes and 230,000 sq ft of employment space has been granted planning approval.
Building work is complete at the new American Embassy in Nine Elms.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched his Economic Development Strategy, which sets out how he will try to ensure that all Londoners share in the benefits of London’s prosperity as it grows.
Slough Borough Council and Osborne have officially opened their shared premises at Hawker House, Langley.
Harrow’s parks are about to get greener thanks to a grant from the Mayor of London – Harrow Council has been granted £40,194 of the Greener City Fund for Tree Planting.
French shopping centre owner Unibail-Rodamco has agreed to buy Westfield Corp, the Australian company which owns Westfield London, for £18.5 billion (US$24.7bn).
Hammersmith has played host to it’s first Christmas market, with King Street closed to traffic for the occasion.
More than 1,000 apprenticeships have now been created since the start of the Crossrail programme in 2009.
Heathrow has reached a key milestone in its pledge to ‘Go Electric’ with the delivery of the 50th electric vehicle to the airport’s fleet.
This month the UK’s largest temporary accommodation development providing 290 additional homes before Christmas will open in Ealing.
New Covent Garden Market in Nine Elms – the UK’s largest fruit and vegetable market – has unveiled the first phase of its £130m development which the market hope will see it become London’s dominant food hub.
Hounslow Council have resolved to approve planning amendments submitted for the new Brentford Community Stadium.
Sky’s former HQ – New Horizons Court – is to be converted into homes after a funder was found for the project.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced that Indian businessman, Deepak Parekh, is to be the first of a network of international ambassadors who will be tasked with championing London across the globe.
A new £25 million Government fund has been launched to help local authorities to deliver the “high quality, well designed homes that this country needs”.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has appointed ten new commissioners to the London Sustainable Development Commission (LSDC) following a formal recruitment process.
Hammerson has agreed to buy Intu Properties for about £3.4bn, creating a £21bn shopping mall giant, and bringing Uxbridge’s shopping mall under the same ownership as Brent Cross.