- London’s largest crane ready for lifting at Earls Court
- Wandsworth picks Redrow for Alton
- Ealing to make housing loan
- Hounslow makes Brentford CPO
- Plans for Landmark site revealed
- Warren Farm survives JR
- Kings Mall wins three
- SEGRO and Barratt London launch Heritage Project with Uxbridge College
- L’Oreal look around
- Old Oak gets Great Places grant
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The heavy lifting crane, London’s largest crane, is now ready to begin work on site at Capco’s Earls Court development.
Redrow is the preferred bidder for the regeneration of Wandsworth Council’s Alton estate.
Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed to consider a loan of £165million to its wholly owned housing subsidiary, Broadway Living.
Hounslow Council has made a Compulsory Purchase Order over the area south of the High Street to allow Ballymore’s plans to be built out.
Eastern and Oriental (E&O) have shown their plans for the site of Landmark House and Thames Tower in Hammersmith – a Rogers Stirk Harbour designed28 storey tower development.
A Judicial Review has ruled Ealing Council acted properly in approving QPR’s plans for a new training facility at Warren Farm.
King’s Mall shopping centre has secured three new lettings inluding New Look as a new anchor tenant.
SEGRO and Barratt London have launched a heritage project with Uxbridge College, which will see film and media students reaching out to the local community and asking them to share their memories of the former Nestlé factory.
L’Oréal have restarted their search for new office premises, in a move that could see them move away from Hammersmith.
Old Oak and Park Royal has been awarded a grant of £1,5m from Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund’s Great Place Scheme to help art, culture and heritage be at the heart of the major developments planned for the … Continue reading
Greystar have had their plans approved for Greenford Green, a private rented homes development on the former GSK site.
Brent Council has approved Quintain’s plans for 743 new homes for rent in Wembley, part of 5,000 new homes to be built over the next seven years.
Brent Council has held an official ground breaking ceremony at the former Keniston Works site in South Kilburn, where they are building 137 homes.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has approved plans by Origin Housing for 186 homes in Wealdstone, which were refused by Harrow Council.
The newly launched Harlesden Hub, based in Harlesden Library, has been officially opened by the Mayor of Brent.
SEGRO has acquired the 50 per cent interest in the Airport Property Partnership joint venture (‘APP’) it did not already own for £365 million from Aviva Investors.
Deputy Mayor for London Rajesh Agrawal said a good Brexit deal for London was top priority at City Hall at the West London Futures Conference.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has welcomed the publication of a new London Devolution Agreement in the Budget.
Hounslow Council has signed up with Partnership Homes – part of Willmott Dixon – to deliver 1,500 homes.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved Chelsea Football Club’s plans for a £500 million stadium on the site of their existing Stamford Bridge ground.