- lookwest goes Capital
- Hill to build with Origin
- Great Places focuses on Park Royal
- OPDC picks We Made That for Park Royal centre
- New Old Oak Crossrail depot opens
- St Modwen sells in Wembley
- Heathrow to add electric taxis
- Made in Brunel to add entrepreneur prizes
- DfT tests market on WRATH and Southern Rail Access
- Final WRATH consultation to open
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Origin Housing has agreed a partnership with Hill to deliver a 204 home scheme in Harrow.
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The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has appointed ‘We Made That’ as the Masterplanners for Park Royal Centre.
Transport for London has begun operations at a new, purpose-built train depot at Old Oak Common in a major delivery milestone for London’s new railway, the Elizabeth line (Crossrail).
St. Modwen has agreed the sale of its Wembley Central shopping centre to an undisclosed buyer.
Heathrow, Jaguar and travel services company WeKnowGroup have signed a landmark deal that will see a fleet of up to 200 fully-electric Jaguar I-PACE vehicles available to passengers for travel to and from Heathrow.
Three new Emerging Entrepreneur Prizes are to be announced at Made in Brunel.
The Department for Transport is to hold a series of engagement events to test market interest in funding western and souhern rail links to Heathrow.
Network Rail is to open a consultation the western rail access to Heathrow Airport (WRATH) plans.
Local election results appear not to have changed the political landscape in West London.
The Arora Group has unveiled its plans for new terminal buildings at London Heathrow Airport, which it says will be a cheaper way of dealing with the increased number of passengers than Heathrow’s own plans.
Plans by Redbourne for a redevelopment of the Queensbury pub site have been refused.
Boxpark Wembley has confirmed its first wave of retail brands.
Slough Urban Regeneration’s flagship residential development has been shortlisted for two industry awards.
Brentford Lock West is launching a collection of six four-bedroom townhouses at Keelson Gardens, part of the waterside development.
The person behind the Mini Mealtimes app has won the Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition.
Heathrow has made a record start to 2018 with passengers and trade flowing through Heathrow soaring to record highs.
Heathrow’s most popular food exports – including Scottish shortbread and smoked salmon, Welsh jam, Cornish tea and Northern Ireland drinks – are to be served at Cargo conference Multimodal in a limited edition café promoting the UK’s food exports.
The I Love Lunch in Hammersmith competition is to return to celebrate the best lunchtime eateries in Hammersmith town centre.