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James Brokenshire has been appointed as Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, replacing Sajid Javed following his move to the Home Office.
Brunel University London has received over £19m from the EU’s Horizon 2020 project since 2014, new figures released by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) reveal.
Speakers from Heathrow’s expansion team told a business audience that expansion would bring great economic benefits to the local area, as well as connect the UK to global growth, with Heathrow open to, and an extension of, London.
London Square has ben granted consent for a 121 home development in Neasden.
The owner of Fulham FC has made an offer to buy Wembley Stadium from the Football Association.
Attendees at the West London Export Club heard about a number of export markets, including Libya and Vienam.
Work is progressing to the ‘Ealing Works’ hub on St James Avenue in West Ealing.
Heathrow Airport is launching a pitch process to encourage potential commercial development partners to share ideas on how to deliver expansion.
Capital & Counties is reported to be considering handing back the West Kensington and Gibbs Green Estates to Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
A2Dominion are consulting on revised proposals for their King Street regeneration project.
Heathrow Airport has agreed to fund the Heathrow Strategic Planning Group, a collaborative effort across a number of local authorities.
Battersea Academy of Skills Excellence has won a London First awardrecognising their achievements in providing training and routes in to 17000 new jobs.
Science Minister, Sam Gyimah, has announced, as part of Indian Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the UK, that the UK will continue to grow its research partnership with India with tech-focused investments that focus on issues of global importance including … Continue reading
An exhibition – “Heathrow: The Journey” – focussing on the history of the UK’s busiest airport, has opened at the University of West London’s campus in St Mary’s Road, Ealing.
Hammerson, the owner of Brent Cross shopping centre, have withdrawn their agreed offer to acquire Intu, who own the main shopping centre in Uxbridge, as well as a number of other centres across the country.
CLS Holdings has acquired 401 King Street for £15m.
Fizzy Living has launched a new 188 build to rent development in Hayes.
South Kilburn’s Granville is getting ready to reopen after a major refurbishment.
The Tricycle Theatre will reopen in September 2018 following a £7m refurbishment with a new name – Kiln Theatre.
Heathrow Southern Railway has welcomed the agreement between Heathrow Airport Limited, First Group and the Department for Transport (DfT) for continued operation of the Heathrow Express.