Category Archives: Barnet
The person behind the Mini Mealtimes app has won the Entrepreneurial Barnet Competition.
Hammerson and Aberdeen Standard Investments, joint owners of Brent Cross, have secured National Amusements’ luxury cinema brand, Showcase Cinema de Lux, for the new £1.4bn Brent Cross extension in London.
Barnet’s new OnSide Youth Zone will soon start taking shape with building work set to begin on the £6.5million centre.
Hounslow and Barnet Councils have welcomed the proposed West London Orbital rail line connecting west and north London, as outlined in the Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy.
Barnet Council has approved a supplementary planning document to guide development in North Finchley Town Centre and High Street.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has refused permission for an the regeneration of the Grahame Park Estate, saying the net loss of 257 affordable homes which would result is unacceptable.
The Secretary of State for Department of Communities and Local Government Sajid Javid has approved two compulsory purchase orders that move the Brent Cross scheme to the next stage of the development process.
Hammerson has agreed to buy Intu Properties for about £3.4bn, creating a £21bn shopping mall giant, and bringing Uxbridge’s shopping mall under the same ownership as Brent Cross.
Architectural distinction in Barnet has been celebrated this month at the first Delivering for Barnet Architecture Awards.
Hammerson and Standard Life Investments, joint owners of Brent Cross Shopping Centre, have announced that Laing O’Rourke has been chosen as the preferred contractor for the retail extension of Brent Cross London.
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.
Meadow Residential have shown new plans for a redevelopment of Barnet House, an office block in Whetstone, into new homes for rent.
The Mayor of London has decided to let Barnet Council’s refusal of Comer Homes plans for the North London Business Park stand.
Barnet Council has said it will be removing the cladding from the outside of three blocks of flats at Granville Road, following confirmation that it does not meet the required fire saftey standard.
The new OnSide Youth Zone in Barnet has received planning consent.
Genesis Housing Association has extended a consultation on its planning application for Stage B of its Grahame Park regeneration.
Rituals have signed for a new store at Brent Cross Shopping Centre.
Comer Homes’ revised plans to increase the number of homes in their redevelopment of the North London Business Park have been refused.
The RIBA London Awards winners have been announced, with some West London gems among them.
Hammerson and Standard Life Investments have submitted detailed plans for the £1.4bn redevelopment of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre.