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Greystar has begun work on a 306 bed student development in East Acton.
St George’s Dickens Yard development in Ealing has secured lettings with its first two retailers.
Barnet Council have officially launched Opendoor Homes as a Registered Provider.
Westminster City Council and Kensington and Chelsea have served notice on the Tri-borough arrangements with Hammersmith & Fulham Council that were established in June 2011 to drive savings and public service reform for the three London boroughs.
Freight at Heathrow soared in March, with volumes surging nearly 13% to 148,000 metric tonnes – the largest monthly growth in over 5 years.
St George has bought the Northfields Industrial Estate from SEGRO, and willl look to redevelop it as homes.
Raisio Group has agreed to sell its Southall factory to Galliard Homes.
Harrow’s former BHS store has a new tenant.
Essential Living has been granted consent for a 221 home development on the former Morrisons site in Brentford.
The Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market has moved into a new home in Nine Elms.
The Greater London Authority has pledged £750,000 from the London Regeneration Fund for the refurbishment of the Granville Centre in South Kilburn.
Capco has exchanged and completed on the sale of Venues, its exhibition business, comprising Olympia London together with related assets, for £296 million.
Barratt London has teamed up with Hyde Group to redevelop the former Kodak Factory site in Wealdstone.
CLS Holdings has exchanged contracts for the unconditional sale of the site of its proposed mixed-use Vauxhall Square development to R&F Properties, a Chinese property developer.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a partnership with L&Q which aims to invest £8 billion in 20,000 new homes across the capital – 12,000 of which will be, says the Mayor, “genuinely affordable”.
The shortlist has been announced for the Place West London Awards 2017.
As part of their Arts Strategy, Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Arts Development and HammersmithLondon have partnered with Kings Mall on an interactive exhibition in a vacant unit in the shopping centre.
SEGRO has signed up City Harvest to its Acton Park Estate in Park Royal.
Brunel Place, U+I’s development in central Slough, has topped out and been renamed.