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Mayor overturns Swandon decision

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved a development previously refused by LB Wandsworth, saying he has boosted the affordable homes content.

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Ealing looks for Borough of Culture support

Ealing is canvassing support for its bid to become London Borough of Culture 2019.

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Hounslow Local Plan Review

Hounslow Council have opened a consultation on their Local Plan Review for the Great West Corridor and the West of Borough masterplans.

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Slough kicks off PSPO

Slough Borough Council is enacting a new legal order that will give the council and the police greater power to curb anti-social behaviour in public places across the town.

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Dukes Meadows consultation

Hounslow Council are consulting on improvements to Dukes Meadows, on its future as a major sports and recreation site.

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TfL kicks off Old Oak station consultations

Transport for London has begun a five week consultation on plans for two new London Overground stations at Old Oak.

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Adonis urges Heathrow action

Chair of the Infrastructure Commission Lord Adonis has warned the Government to address “perhaps the most serious infrastructure failure of all” and reach a firm decision on expanding Heathrow Airport – an issue yet to be resolved 13 years after … Continue reading

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Pop-up business school for Hounslow

Hounslow Council is supporting a PopUp Business School in the Treaty Centre.

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McAfee for Slough

McAfee has agreed a new letting at Standard Life’s Urban Building in Slough for its new UK HQ.

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The Square on the market

Legal & General has put 4 The Square at Stockley Park on the market.

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September surge for Heathrow

Heathrow experienced a surge in passenger numbers as nearly 7 million passengers travelled through the airport in September – up 2.0% on last year, leading to a record 77.43 million total passengers in the last year.

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Heathrow cost saving could delay plans

Heathrow Airport has delayed a consultation as it attempts to reduce the cost of its third runway plans, it is reported.

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Concept approved at Alfa Laval

Hounslow Council has given planning permission for a new office development in Brentford on the former Alfa Laval site.

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Sadiq doubles Mill Hill scheme affordable content

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved a major new residential development in Mill Hill after intervening to double the level of affordable homes and to include homes at social rent levels within the development.

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First Way for sale

1st Way Campus, a mixed use office and student development in Wembley Park, is on the market, it is reported.

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Clearview gets approval in Acton

Clearview Homes has secured a resolution to grant planning permission from Ealing Borough Council to build 149 apartments on land at the junction of Horn Lane and A40 Western Avenue in North Acton.

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Ealing neighbourhood plan heads for vote

Residents in Ealing’s central area will be voting on Thursday 12 October on a neighbourhood plan.

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Kings Mall refurb

Four new restaurants are coming to Hammersmith in a major revamp of the catering offer at Kings Mall shopping centre.

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Medidata opens new offices

Medidata has expanded its European headquarters in Hammersmith after outgrowing its previous offices in the borough.

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LaSalle head for Hounslow

LaSalle Investment Management is set to buy The Treaty Centre in Hounslow, it is reported.

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