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The Arora Group has broken ground on a new 355-room hotel directly linked to Heathrow Terminal 2, ‘The Queen’s Terminal’, which will be the first in the central terminal area.
Asda has opened its superstore on the former Express Dairies Arla site in South Ruislip.
Landid, developers of the Charter Building in Uxbridge are hosting a pop-up drone race to promote the building.
West London’s universities have all climbed in the latest edition of the Guardian newspaper’s University Guide.
The Hillingdon Business Expo takes place at Brunel again in 2017 on the 1st June.
Belmont, Aviva Investors’ 130,000 sq ft office redevelopment, in the centre of Uxbridge has been shortlisted for the OAS (Office Agents Society) Development Award’s category for ‘Best Refurbishment/Regeneration outside of Central London’.
Chester Properties and CarVal Investors have exchanged contracts on a ten-year lease on the whole ground floor of 3 Roundwood Avenue in Stockley Park with Verifone.
St Modwen have submitted plans for 85 more homes on St Andrews Park, their redevelopment of the former RAF base in Uxbridge, as well as unveiling plans for for 246 apartments.
The University of West London (UWL) has achieved the biggest rise of any UK higher education institution in The Complete University Guide 2018,with Imperial College and Brunel University London also figuring strongly.
Inland Homes has secured a resolution to grant planning permission at its site at the former Randalls department store in Uxbridge to develop 58 homes.
The Leaders of four London and Thames Valley councils have continued their anti-expansion campaign by assusing the government of “failing to come clean” on the impact of Heathrow expansion.
Network Rail has successfully electrified 12 miles of railway to the west of London between Stockley Junction and Maidenhead as part of the Crossrail project, allowing GWR to extend new electric trains from London Paddington to Maidenhead from May 2017.
Primark’s new Uxbridge store is open.
SEGRO and Barratt London have launched a heritage project with Uxbridge College, which will see film and media students reaching out to the local community and asking them to share their memories of the former Nestlé factory.
SEGRO has acquired the 50 per cent interest in the Airport Property Partnership joint venture (‘APP’) it did not already own for £365 million from Aviva Investors.
Plans for a Business Improvement District for Uxbridge town centre have been launched, and received the backing of the local MP, Boris Johnson.
Landid and Brockton’s Charter Building in Uxbridge has reached completion.
The RAF has no plans to allow the building of 20,000 homes on RAF Northolt, it is reported.
The action brought by four councils and Greenpeace against the Government’s choice of Heathrow as the location of the next runway in the South East has failed.
Ealing Council has suggested closing RAF Northolt and redevloping the site as homes, it is reported.