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Aviva Investors has signed giffgaff as its first tenant at Belmont in Uxbridge.
Moorfield Group has sold The Shipping Building at The Old Vinyl Factory to Floreat Real Estate.
Inland Homes has said it has sold the Randalls department store site in Uxbridge, on which it gained consent for a 58 home development in 2017.
Brunel and Hillingdon are to get their own public bike scheme after the university successfully raised over £85,000 to secure a winning spot in the Santander Cycles University Challenge.
Heathrow say they have identified options that could enable delivery of an expanded hub airport for Britain for £2.5bn less than the plans submitted to the Airports Commission in 2015 by adding capacity at T2 and T5 instead of building … Continue reading
Heathrow Airport has unveiled the details of a its first phase of public planning consultation on the project set for the new year.
SEGRO and Barratt’s mixed use scheme at the former Nestle factory in Hayes involving 1300 homes and 230,000 sq ft of employment space has been granted planning approval.
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.
The Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology (BCAST), based at Brunel University London, is part of a consortium that has secured £9.6m funding for the RACEForm project, which includes a £4.8 million grant through Advanced Propulsion Centre UK (APC).
Be Living has won two awards for its be:here Hayes development at the Gatefold Building on The Old Vinyl Factory.
The new Fujitsu Innovation Hub has opened at Brunel University London, aiming to help develop digital skills for children from local schools and community groups.
Hillingdon and Wandsworth Councils are urging their residents to oppose expansion at Heathrow in the latest round of consultation.
The Leader of Hillingdon Council, Cllr Ray Puddifoot, issued an open challenge to those behind the “Stop Northolt” campaign to “stop hiding and declare both themselves and their specific interest” in campaignig against the xpansion of the military airfield.
Orchard Street Investment Management has acquired the Crown Business Centre from The Church Commissioners for £19m.
Lidl is continuing its expansion with a new store opening on 2nd November 2017 in Hayes.
Meyer Homes has submitted plans for the Master Brewer site.
U+I has announced Aspect as the first company to take space in the Record Store at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.
Harrow and Hillingdon are two of four London boroughs to receive part of a £200,000 grant from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affaris (DEFRA) for a new Natural Flood Management project in which Brunel University plays a significant … Continue reading
Build to rent developer Be has announced that it is moving to a no fees model for its be:here Hayes development at The Gatefold Building at The Old Vinyl Factory.
Legal & General has put 4 The Square at Stockley Park on the market.