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Quintain’s Wembley Park development – the biggest development of homes built specifically for private rent in the UK – is set to receive a £65 million boost from the government.
Converse is opening its first retail store in the UK and has chosen London Designer Outlet (LDO) at Wembley Park.
Over 2,000 businesses in the Brent are set to benefit from a reduction in their business rates, thanks to a new Brent Council scheme approved by its Cabinet.
A range of fire safety improvements, such as sprinklers, smoke detectors and fire alarms, is set to be rolled out in high-rise tower blocks in Brent after a multi-million pound package was backed by councillors.
The programme of Government testing on cladding materials on tower blocks has failed several buildings in West London.
Quintain has awarded McLaren two significant contracts at Wembley Park.
The Collective has instructed agents to sell its Old Oak co-living development
R55 have secured planning consent for their Minavil House development in Alperton.
The RIBA London Awards winners have been announced, with some West London gems among them.
Brent Council is celebrating its win at the Place West London Awards with its Digital High Street project.
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation has appointed AECOM as its preferred bidder for the masterplanning contract.
The winners of the inaugural Place West London Regeneration Awards have been announced, with Ealing Council winning the Grand Prix.
Brent Council has agreed to enter into a Development and Sale Agreement with Telford Homes for the redevelopment of the Gloucester House and Durham Court site in South Kilburn.
Wandsworth has five schemes on the shortlist for the 2017 Housing Design Awards, the most of any London Borough.
Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that they will play home games at Wembley Stadium for the 2017/18 season, bringing around 30 more high-capacity events to Wembley.
Kilburn’s Tricycle Theatre is edging closer to securing the funds it needs to complete a major refurbishment after Brent Council approved funding of up to £1million.
Council housing in Brent will cease to be managed by Brent Housing Partnership (BHP) and instead return to direct local authority control.
St George has bought the Northfields Industrial Estate from SEGRO, and willl look to redevelop it as homes.
The Greater London Authority has pledged £750,000 from the London Regeneration Fund for the refurbishment of the Granville Centre in South Kilburn.
The Alan Cherry Award for Placemaking has been presented to Richard Barrett, Head of Estate Regeneration at Brent Council.