- 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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Category Archives: Brent
St. Modwen has agreed the sale of its Wembley Central shopping centre to an undisclosed buyer.
Plans by Redbourne for a redevelopment of the Queensbury pub site have been refused.
Boxpark Wembley has confirmed its first wave of retail brands.
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.
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.
Brent Council are consulting on their plans for London Borough of Culture 2020.
The venture capital fund which owns Wembley Park developer Qintain is exploring a sale, it is reported.
A disused industrial estate in Colindale is to be converted into new homes and business space, after Brent Council’s planning committee gave Neat Developments plans the green light.
Brent Council is consulting on proposed improvements to the Kensal Corridor.
A new employment and skills programme in construction, for Brent jobseekers over 19 years of age, has been launched by Wates Living Space and Brent Council.
Brent Council has welcomed the inclusion of the proposed West London Orbital rail line in the Mayor of London’s transport strategy.
Quintain and Samsung have announced a multimillion pound deal to provide digital appliances to over 3,000 Tipi rental apartments at Wembley Park.
Telford Homes are to start construction work on the 235 home South Kilburn project on the Gloucester House and Durham Court site.
The Mayor of London has announced that Brent will be Borough of Culture in 2020, the same year that the Euro2020 football final will take place at Wembley Stadium.
Brent Council have set a budget which sees a 4.99% rise in council tax in part to fund a £45m programme of independent living accommodation.
A new community hub is to be created outside one of Brent’s libraries in spring 2018.
St George have submitted plans for the redevelopment of Northfields Industrial Estate in Alperton as 2900 homes.
The latest round of consultation has opened on Brent’s Local Plan.